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Iman Shumpert said his scoreless evening - 0 for 6 from the floor - wasn't related to his sore left knee. And today
he was unbothered by the knee that underwent an MRI only yesterday. "It felt good while I was shooting,'' Shumpert said after practice. "I didn’t feel so (effected yesterday). I just missed. Good looks. Missed shots. I felt fine.’’ Shumpert's early shooting woes prompted Woodson to limit his minutes as Iman went 0 for 4 early on. The Knicks shot 35.6 percent after shooting 35 percent in Game 3 in Indy. Now they get the home rims of the Garden tomorrow night in trying to extend their season.
"I think we’re better back at home,'' Shumpert said. "Guys getting shots up. Sheed out here talking up a storm. Being back at home, seeing the ball go in for us, it’ll do us a lot of good come next game.''