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Harvey Araton On Marcus Camby

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Harvey Araton of the New York Times writes that Marcus Camby is still making smart, game-changing plays after all these years, and that his trade from New York to Denver symbolized a lost decade in Knicks history... ------------------- At 36, Camby is not the Gumby-like vision of elasticity he once was — though he averaged 11.8 rebounds with the Blazers and the Clippers last season, about three more than Stoudemire in Phoenix. That Camby has lasted long enough to become a tenured dean of enforcement is something of a cruel irony for the Knicks after a lost decade we can’t be officially certain is over. When they traded him in his prime to Denver along with the seventh pick of the draft — the burly Brazilian center/forward Nene — the rap on Camby was his inability to stay on the court. ------------------- -- Ben Golliver | benjamin.golliver@gmail.com | Twitter
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