New York Knicks swingman Iman Shumpert is back in the lineup after he was sidelined by a left knee injury.
Even when the New York Knicks get it right, they get it wrong. Iman Shumpert has long been on the outskirts of New York's future. Since entering the league in 2011, he's repeatedly been felled by injuries, all the while roaming in and...Show More Summary
Anyone hoping the New York Knicks' 2013-14 season would stop taking turns for the worse and weird may want to buckle up. After being linked to an inordinate number of rumors ahead of the NBA's Feb. 20 trade deadline, the Knicks wound up standing pat. Show More Summary
Oh, Knicks. Some bad things you believe will get better. The New York Knicks aren’t one of those bad things. Leading up and into the Feb. 20 trade deadline, the Knicks were unable to broker a deal, though not for lack of trying. Iman Shumpert, the injury-prone third-year guard who routinely falls out of favor […]
What's better—something or nothing? It depends on what you're talking about, similar to the question of whether the glass is half full or half empty. As noted comedian Demetri Martin says at 5:14 in this skit, the contents of that glass should determine which is the more optimistic outlook. But enough about optimism and twisted philosophical views. Show More Summary
Well, this is awkward. After reportedly trying to deal guard Iman Shumpert to numerous teams throughout the year, the deadline has passed and he's still a New York Knick. Based on the offers that were being reported, it's probably aShow More Summary
If the New York Knicks' 2013-14 season has been like a roller coaster, J.R. Smith's individual campaign has been like riding shotgun in Maverick's jet. Goose of course died in that role. But despite all his problems, Smith will be back...Show More Summary
Take that, Iman Shumpert’s market value. The New York Knicks’ third-year injured shooting guard was dangled just about everywhere leading up to the NBA’s trade deadline. Thursday’s 3 p.m. ET deadline came and went, however, and Shumpert was left with the Knicks (and still injured). Shumpert’s continued presence wasn’t for lack of trying to ship […]
Here’s the New York Post with an update on pretty much every aspect of Iman Shumpert’s basketball existence: Iman Shumpert avoided a trade and a serious knee injury at Thursday’s trade deadline. The 21-33 Knicks stood pat at the deadline and announced just after it passed Shumpert’s MRI exam showed he had a sprain of his left [...]
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The NBA trade deadline can be a bittersweet affair, especially for those who find themselves suddenly on the move. But the same can be said for players who end up staying put as well. Just ask the New York Knicks’ Iman Shumpert. Just...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks say swingman Iman Shumpert will miss about two weeks with a sprained ligament in his left knee.
The New York Knicks cannot win...even when they win. The team and its fans should have been able to take some measure of joy in Wednesday's 98-91 victory over the New Orleans Pelicans —a rare win indeed for this snake-bitten club. They...Show More Summary
Here’s the New York Daily News reporting on Iman Shumpert, who got hurt tonight — but hopefully the injury is minor: The Knicks’ chances to make the post-season were always shaky, but now they might have taken a major hit when Iman Shumpert re-injured his chronically-troubled left knee in the team’s 98-91 victory in the Smoothie [...]
New York Knicks shooting guard Iman Shumpert has sustained a knee injury and will not return against the New Orleans Pelicans. Frank Isola from the New York Daily News tweeted that Shumpert suffered a sprained left knee on WednesdayShow More Summary
Iman Shumpert left the New York Knicks' game against the Pelicans on Wednesday night with a sprained left knee.
We've gone from Kyle Lowry to Rajon Rondo and Jeff Teague, with a little Andre Miller thrown into the mix. But none of those players appear particularly likely to solve the New York Knicks' hole at point guard, simply because the Knicks...Show More Summary
The Knicks and Clippers are discussing a trade that could land New York an upgrade at point guard. SIGN UP FOR OUR NBA NEWSLETTER Get news, links and Ziller's #hottakes in your inbox every weekday morning. Email The New York Knicks and...Show More Summary