Knicks' Rasheed Wallace will 'likely' play for the first time since 2010 Friday night
Rasheed Wallace is back and playing Friday night for the New York Knicks against the Miami Heat.
Rasheed Wallace will likely play. Woodson doesn't feel comfortable playing Marcus Camby.— Nate Taylor (@ByNateTaylor) November 2, 2012
Don't call it a comeback. Well, I mean you can. He did leave. But still. Sheed is back.
The Knicks are without Camby and Amar'e Stoudemire (knee debridement) and will rely heavily on Carmelo Anthony at the power forward position. Kurt Thomas will also likely spend time in the frontcourt next to Tyson Chandler.
There had been questions about Sheed's conditioning and whether he would be able to play. The Knicks' injuries have rendered that question moot. We'll see how he does against the defending champion Miami Heat.
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