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MILWAUKEE (AP) - Guard Iman Shumpert is active for the Knicks’ game Monday night against the Bucks, though forward Kenyon Martin is out again with an injury.
Shumpert had missed two games with a sprained right shoulder. He’s averaging 7.1 points in 45 games this season.
Martin has been in and out of the lineup the last week getting over a sprained left ankle. Coach Mike Woodson said Martin’s foot was sore again so he would give him rest and evaluate the veteran on Tuesday.
After the Bucks game, the Knicks return to Madison Square Garden to play Portland on Wednesday.
Andrea Bargnani is out a sixth straight game with a left elbow injury.
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