Derrick Rose and Iman Shumpert both tore their ACLs in Game 1 of the 2012 NBA playoffs in devastating fashion. Two non-contact plays, two players going immediately down to the floor in pain, and two MRIs later, each was diagnosed with a crucial ligament tear that will require surgery. Ouch. Although the majority of fans have focused on how Rose's injury will impact his Chicago Bulls, Shumpert's loss is also a big deal.
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 ... 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