Mike Woodson said before the Hawks game that Rasheed Wallace, who's been sidelined since Dec. 15 with a stress reaction and chronic condition in his left foot, could practice with the team this week.
"He's still day-to-day," the coach said of Sheed, who was moving around and putting up shots pregame at the Garden. "This week, we'll get a chance to probably practice with him a little bit. Hopefully he'll be back on the floor in practice some."
The Knicks have also been without another backup center, Marcus Camby, since Jan. 11. But he's now walking around without a boot on his injured left foot, and hopes to start running in two to three weeks.
Woodson was asked if Camby could join Wallace in practice this week, but he said, "I don't know. I'll probably have a better feel tomorrow when I get to the office."
On the season, Wallace is putting up 7.2 points and 4.2 rebounds per game, and Camby's averages are 2.1 points and 3.7 rebounds.
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