Iman Shumpert wouldn’t specify whether he’ll make his return by the end of the two-week timetable and he surely didn’t sound ready to say how happy he is to still be a Knick.

Shumpert sprained the MCL in his left knee on the eve of the trade deadline Feb. 19, scuttling a potential deal with the Clippers, who had offered point guard Darren Collison.

Shumpert traveled with the Knicks to Miami and watched from the bench as the Heat clobbered the Knicks, 108-82.

“As long as I’m healthy. Basketball is going to be basketball but you have to be healthy to be able to play it. I’m just glad I’m playing basketball without anybody asking me if I’m worried about getting traded now,” Shumpert said before the game.

When he first got hurt, Shumpert said he feared another torn ligament.

“I’ll take it,’’ he said, having torn his ACL in AmericanAirlines Arena two years ago. “I was just praying I wouldn’t have to get another surgery, man. I’ll take the sprain.’’

The Knicks have had Shumpert on the trading block since November.