We learned earlier today that Rasheed Wallace will officially join the Knicks in the next few days, which will put their training camp roster at the maximum number of 20, 14 of which would have guaranteed contracts including Wallace. With Sheed joining Marcus Camby, Kurt Thomas and Jason Kidd, the Knicks will have four of the six oldest players in the NBA, tweets Mark Deeks of ShamSports.com. The two non-Knicks in that ignominious group are Grant Hill and Steve Nash.
Let's round up all things Knicks on Friday night right here:
- ESPN New York's Ian Begley provides his Knicks' training camp primer. Begley's preview includes five pivotal questions about the Knicks, most of which center on their veteran, but retooled roster.
- Al Iannazzone of Newsday has his own list of five Knicks questions. Iannazzone wonders about the club's chemistry, the club's age and if Raymond Felton's second trip through New York will be similar to the first.
- Bill Ingram of HoopsWorld isn't sure that Wallace can help the Knicks. Ingram says that when he hung up his hightops after a 2009-10 season in Boston, it appeared that Wallace has "left it all on the court."