Originally posted on ZagsBlog.com:
Rasheed Wallace hasn’t played for the Knicks since Dec. 13, but coach Mike Woodson said he expects Wallace — and possibly Marcus Camby — back after the All-Star break.
“I just think they’ll be ready once the All-Star” ends, Woodson said Monday. “For sure Rasheed but I don’t know about Camby at this point. They’ll continue to do their therapy work through the break and when we come back and start practice, I’m hoping to have one of them back, hopefully Rasheed.”
Wallace was initially diagnosed with a sore left foot, but the Knicks later called it a “stress reaction” following a report.
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