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Don't expect to see Marcus Camby play in today's #Knicks game against the Sixers. Coach Mike Woodson said
he wanted to get Camby into a couple scrimmages this coming week before he plays in a game.
"I'd just like to see him bang around a little bit before we actually play him," Woodson said pre-game. "If we can get through these next two games [home-and-away with the Sixers], we'll have three days to practice next week where I can get an opportunity to see him bang around a little bit."
After Monday's game at Philly, the Knicks host Dallas Friday and Indiana Sunday. So Camby, missed three weeks in the preseason with a calf ailment, could debut then.
As for Rasheed Wallace, who scored his first NBA points since the 2010 NBA Final in Friday's win over the Miami Heat, Woodson said "he's in the rotation, but it's just based on personnel."
He added: "Miami played small pretty much. Had [Joel] Anthony and [Udonis] Haslem played significant minutes the other night, Rasheed would've been in the mix big-time, but we didn't have to play him based on personnel. A lot of times this year with our bigs, it's probably going to be that way. And I think they understand."
Woodson said he plans to rotate Camby, Wallace and Kurt Thomas in the frontcourt.
"I got three guys that can pitch in and play 10-15 minutes and it can vary night in and night out. But they better be positive minutes, that's all I can tell you."