November 24, 2017, 11:38 am
Ron Baker (shoulder) practiced in a limited capacity, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post.
The shoulder was injured during a G-League game back on November 14, after Baker ran into a hard screen and sprained his AC joint. “It’s definitely not 100 percent, but it feels way better than when it happened,” Baker said. “The range of motion is 75 percent. I’ve done some contact in half-court. It’s not too bad. Most of the pain comes from different stretches than the contact of a [scrimmage].” The Knicks have started 10-7 and have been successful running out Jarrett Jack and Frank Ntilikina at point guard. Baker’s best chance at cracking the rotation is at back up shooting guard.