The New York Knicks opened the 2012 NBA Playoffs in devastating fashion Saturday, not only losing by 33 to the Miami Heat, but also losing Iman Shumpert for the rest of the campaign and more. The rookie guard suffered a torn ACL in the third quarter—the same injury that has also knocked league MVP Derrick Rose out for the season—and things did not look good at all. Shumpert was quickly dribbling up the court, attempting a behind-the-back move when he landed awkwardly on his knee, instantly clutching it afterward.
Earlier in the day, Derrick Rose suffered a torn ACL. Iman Shumpert, a rookie guard for the New York Knicks, unfortunately followed in Rose's footsteps later on Saturday. Shumpert tore his ACL in Game 1 between the Knicks and the Mi... Read Post
Derrick Rose wasn’t the only guard to suffer a devastating knee injury on the first day of the NBA playoffs. New York Knicks rookie Iman Shumpert ore his left ACL and lateral miniscus in his team’s Game 1 loss to Miami, an injury th... Read Post