NY Knicks Stock Watch: Players Rising and Falling Near Season's Halfway Point

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NY Knicks Stock Watch: Players Rising and Falling Near Season's Halfway Point
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The New York Knicks' season is at a crossroads.

Point guard Raymond Felton is set to be sidelined for the next four to six weeks with a finger injury, but on a more positive note, $100 million man Amar'e Stoudemire is back on the Madison Square Garden hardwood.

Several players including MVP candidate Carmelo Anthony are banged up as well. Tyson Chandler is nursing an ankle injury, and Rasheed Wallace is day-to-day with a foot problem, while Marcus Camby is finally back to suiting up after battling plantar fasciitis. 

With the upcoming lineup shuffles New York is about to undergo, a few key players will be experiencing some changes in roles—some for the better, and some for the worse.

Stats accurate as of games played prior to Jan. 1.

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