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Dec 13, 8:04 PM EST

Knicks' Shumpert has dislocated left shoulder, will be re-evaluated in 3 weeks

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NEW YORK (AP) -- New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert has a dislocated left shoulder and could miss at least three weeks.

The Knicks also said Saturday that an MRI on guard J.R. Smith's left foot revealed a small tear of the plantar fascia and he is questionable for their game Sunday against Toronto.

Shumpert was hurt Friday night in a collision during the Knicks' victory at Boston, screaming in pain before being helped off the court. The team says he will not need surgery and will be re-evaluated in approximately three weeks.

Shumpert is averaging 9.3 points.

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