Iman Shumpert called the Knicks’ season a failure earlier this week. Head coach Mike Woodson disagrees. He offered a very different definition of the Knicks’ season on Tuesday. “Based on where we started and how we assembled our team, this was to me a wonderful season,” Woodson said. “It was a major step in the right direction, to [...]
Next season, Carmelo Anthony’s main sidekick could be a healthy, emerging Iman Shumpert. One major issue with the Knicks’ roster going forward is its lack of upside: The team is ancient, and few players have real room for NBA growth. One of the exceptions is Shumpert, who just emblazoned his second year as a pro with [...]
Knicks guard Iman Shumpert will start Tuesday night at Indiana despite having a sore, swollen left knee.
Perhaps Derrick Rose isn't the self-serving villain he's been made out to be. Rose has faced unyielding criticism since he was medically cleared to play more than two months ago. The doctors were telling him he was fine, yet he sat. And he still sits. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks might be without Iman Shumpert for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference semifinal with the Pacers. The guard has a sore left knee. He did not participate in Tuesday morning’s shootaround after missing practice Sunday and Monday. Coach Mike Woodson says a team doctor is flying to Indianapolis before the game to examine [...]
The New York Knicks trail the Indiana Pacers 2-1 in the Eastern Conference semifinals, and while tying the series will be a difficult task, it will be even tougher if guards J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert are unable to play on Tuesday night. Show More Summary
The Knicks’ Iman Shumpert admitted to The Hoop Doctors that he was “uncomfortable” when he came back from his ACL injury when we had the chance to chat with him several weeks ago. Translation: he probably came back too early, and has even felt discomfort since. Therefore, this latest news isn’t shocking, but definitely disturbing. [...]
According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York, defensive specialist Iman Shumpert missed the New York Knicks' most recent practice due to knee soreness. There is no confirmation as to whether or not he'll play in Game 4, but the soreness is concerning, nonetheless. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose is the focal point of one of the most unique situations in sports history. The former MVP has been out for more than a year due to ACL surgery, while other NBA players who suffered the same injury, such as Iman Shumpert and Ricky Rubio, have already returned to the court and excelled. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks practiced Monday without forward Kenyon Martin or guards J.R. Smith and Iman Shumpert.
Every time J.R. Smith takes a shot, an angel loses its wings. Times have been tough for the reigning NBA Sixth Man of the Year, as Smith has shot a ghastly 28 percent from the field since serving his one-game suspension against the Boston Celtics. Show More Summary
Apparently, Iman Shumpert will wear whatever the hell he wants. The New York Knicks, who were dealt a disappointing blow in Game 1 against the Pacers, bounced back to beat Indiana, 105-79, in Game 2 of the Eastern Conference semifinals. Show More Summary
It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. It was the age of sick put-back dunks. It was the epoch of sitting on the bench in a suit and tie while all of America shouts at the TV, "Really, you can't play like 20 minutes a game?"...Show More Summary
Iman Shumpert was soaring. Carmelo Anthony was scoring. Heck, even Quentin Richardson was bumping his skull after three-pointers. For one night, all seemed to go well for the New York Knicks, as an unbelievable scoring outburst, combined with supreme defense, turned a nail-biter into a laugher as the Knicks captured Game 2 against the Indiana Pacers. Show More Summary
After dropping Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Semifinals at home against the Indiana Pacers, the New York Knicks were desperate to knot the series at one game apiece. Things got off to a sluggish start in Game 2, but Knicks swingman Iman Shumpert may have changed the entire complexion of the series with one monstrous dunk. Show More Summary
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Dunk of the year? Probably not. Put-back dunk of the playoffs? ABSOLUTELY! Knicks swingman Iman Shumpert played with a lot of energy in Game 2 (like most of the Knicks, not named Smith), but it was this put-back dunk off the missed shot that ignited the crowd at MSG and had Knicks fans buzzing. Dominant [...]