Five Takeaways: Knicks Take On Bobcats While Stars Rest

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The Return of Rasheed


Even on the road, you hear "SHEEEED" chants. Entering the game with a little less than three minutes to go in the first quarter, Wallace then proceeded to connect on the first shot he had taken in an NBA game since December 13th, 2012 -- a turnaround jumper he seemed to execute with ease.

Unfortunately, after playing four minutes in the first half, it was announced Wallace would miss the rest of the game with a "sore" foot -- the same foot he just had surgically repaired.Even if he does not play big minutes in playoffs, Wallace brings another veteran presence to the court, with 15 seasons of experience and his Championship ring. And of course, his still impressive basketball skills, especially in the paint.

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