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News » New York Knicks Roster Report 2009-12-11


New York Knicks Roster Report 2009-12-11


New York Knicks Roster Report 2009-12-11ROTATION: Starters -- Point guard Chris Duhon, Shooting guard Wilson Chandler, Small forward Al Harrington, Power forward, Jared Jeffries, Center David Lee. Bench -- Forward Danilo Gallinari, Guard Larry Hughes, Guard Toney Douglas.

PLAYER NOTES:

--G Nate Robinson was benched for a fourth straight game, which pretty much solidifies his omission from the rotation. The Garden crowd chanted "We Want Nate!" during Sunday's win over the Nets, but there were no chants Monday night.

--F David Lee had a double-double, but the play that stood out to everyone after the game was his blocked shot against 7-footer Joel Przybilla late in the fourth quarter.

--G Toney Douglas showed why he is getting the playing time over Nate Robinson, as he entered the game in the first half with great defensive energy and recorded a steal, a 3-pointer and two assists in a short stint that bridged the first and second quarters.

MEDICAL WATCH:

--C Eddy Curry was a surprise inclusion in the lineup after he missed the previous seven games with a knee injury and hadn't practiced in 12 days. Curry did not play, but coach Mike D'Antoni said the 7-footer will be worked into the mix over the next three days and is expected to be part of the rotation for Friday's game in New Orleans.


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