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Chris Copeland: B
Copeland has managed to sneak into every game in the series, but a combined 19 minutes. He's shot 3-of-8 with no rebounds or assists.
Copeland does seem like a viable option to play at the center spot to draw Roy Hibbert away from the paint, opening the lane for Carmelo Anthony. Mike Woodson has chosen not to go this route, and Copeland has been left on the bench through most of the series.
He did, however, hit a troll-thee-pointer in the closing minutes of Game 3, when Woodson did decide to insert him in garbage time.
Quentin Richardson: B+
Quentin Richardson earned his grade in Game 2, when he knocked down two cool three-pointers which led to this adorable reaction between himself and fellow Chicago-native Iman Shumpert.
He's logged seven minutes total, and despite the uniqueness of him being on the squad for the postseason run, the Knicks will be in trouble if they're forced to insert Q-Rich into meaningful action.
Marcus Camby: Incomplete
Outside of a few seconds in Game 1, Marcus Camby has been absent from this entire series. It's curious, considering his large frame and rebounding ability, and the Pacers' likeness, but the 39-year-old must be struggling from the after-effects of plantar fasciitis.
If he can heal up in time to help the Knicks on the boards, Mike Woodson would surely be appreciative, but it doesn't seem as if that's going to be the case.
James White: Incomplete
James White managed to log five minutes in the team's Game 2 victory. He didn't score, however, which is unfortunate seeing that it was likely his only chance.
Flight was inactive for Game 3 with Amar'e Stoudemire back in action, and it'll likely stay that way through the remainder of the playoffs.
Earl Barron: Incomplete
Earl Barron was brought on for the last regular season game after Rasheed Wallace announced his retirement. In the playoffs, he's contributed as much as 'Sheed did when he was on the sidelines.
Barron hasn't appeared for the Knicks in the playoffs. Some could make the argument that the Knicks could use his size, but save your breath. Mike Woodson will hear none of that.
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