Real GM Basketball "Free agent center Marcus Camby is progressing in his rehabilitation from foot surgery and expects to be fully healthy by February’s end to join an NBA team, a league source told RealGM. Camby, who underwent surgery before the season for a torn plantar fascia, returned to on-court activities two..." February 11
SB Nation "Veteran center Marcus Camby is rehabbing from surgery that repaired a torn plantar fascia in his left foot and hopes to return to the NBA this season, reports MyFoxHouston.com's Mark Berman. Camby told the news station that he's only able to jog on a treadmill at this point, but he is aiming to..." January 07
Rockets will waive center Marcus Camby on Monday, source said. Camby has been unable to come back so far from torn plantar fascia tissue.
Marcus Camby on decision on potential surgery:"I tore my plantar (left foot). I'm going to meet with the doctors Friday for a consultation"
Houston Chronicle "Rockets center Marcus Camby expected to be out another two weeks with a foot injury could be out much longer if things don’t improve soon. Camby said Wednesday that the therapy he has been trying is to improve his condition enough to avoid surgery that would likely keep him out for as much as two..." October 09
Houston Chronicle "The Rockets will begin training camp trying to determine how to find room for two centers — Dwight Howard and Omer Asik — on the court together but also with two other centers not taking the court at all. Marcus Camby who signed as a free agent to return to the Rockets this summer is expected..." September 28
Houston Chronicle "To Marcus Camby the time and place was finally right. He would join the Rockets in his adopted hometown. He'd drive the kids to school in the morning mentor the kids in the Rockets' locker room in the afternoon play some defense and grab rebounds at night. That was then. This time he..." September 09
Rockets are expected to sign Marcus Camby today source said.
Sources:Marcus Camby recently met w/Rockets doctors &passed Houston physical.He's considering signing w/several teams including the Rockets
With Marcus Camby having cleared waivers sources said his 3 finalists are the Heat, Rockets and Bulls. He will decide in the next few days
MyFOXHouston.com "The Houston Rockets are a "leading contender" to land center Marcus Camby according to his agent Rick Kaplan if he becomes a free agent on Sunday, which is expected. The Toronto Raptors, who acquired Camby in a trade with the New York Knicks last week, bought out the remaining $7.5 million on..." July 20
Source told me Miami, Houston, Chicago and LAC are after Camby. Meetings will be after buyout. #Knicks can't sign b/c of CBA trade rules.
The Raptors are expected to buy out newcomer C Marcus Camby on the final 2 years of contract soon, a source told Y! LAC, CHI, HOU interested
PSD Staff Wednesday, July 10th is the first day that teams can officially sign players to the contracts that we have been reporting over the last two weeks. We are simply going to list them in here as they trickle in throughout the next couple of days. Nothing should be a surprise, just making things... July 11
ESPN New York "Marcus Camby, who was traded to Toronto last week in a package for Andrea Bargnani, might not even suit up there. Camby's agent confirmed to ESPNNewYork.com on Friday that he's working with the Raptors to find a better situation for the 39-year-old center. That could be a trade or a buyout to..." July 06
New York Post "No Canada! Marcus Camby isn’t officially a Raptor yet, but has already asked for either a buyout or trade so he can join a contending club and could soon be on the free-agent market, The Post has learned. Camby has two years and roughly $7.6 million left on his Knicks contract. But of his..." July 05
New York Post "Marcus Camby expressed his displeasure on how he was treated last season in a statement released by his agent last night. Camby is part of the deal that will send Andrea Bargnani to the Knicks but hinted he could retire instead of return to Canada. "It's unfortunate that I wasn't given a..." July 01
New York Times "With little flexibility to upgrade their roster in free agency, the Knicks are closing in on a deal to acquire Andrea Bargnani, the Toronto Raptors’ jump-shooting 7-footer, according to a person involved in the talks. The Knicks are offering a package built around Marcus Camby, Steve Novak and..." June 30
Knicks announce that Rasheed Wallace and Marcus Camby are active tonight. So they both might get a little run.
New York Post "Kenyon Martin and Marcus Camby are listed as doubtful for tomorrow's showdown in Oklahoma City, the team said. Martin should miss his second straight game as he is dealing with right-knee soreness. Martin signed with the Knicks in late February and had been one of the keys to their current..." April 07
Mike Woodson said Marcus Camby scrimmaged a little today and is "getting close." Woodson also said he's unsure if Kenyon will play tomorrow
Marcus Camby (strained left plantar fascia) scrimmaged at team practice Thursday.
CSN New England "In all of Marcus Camby's lengthy NBA career, Kevin Garnett still sets himself apart from any other player he has competed against. "Never, never in my 17 years (have I seen another player talk to himself)," Camby told CSNNE.com. "He's probably the first guy that does that." The New York..." January 25
New York Post "Marcus Camby said he foresees Amar'e Stoudemire staying in his bench role for the long-term. Camby said he feels Carmelo Anthony is best at the power-forward slot — Stoudemire's position. Camby made his second straight start last night in the new twin-tower alignment with 7-1 Tyson Chandler..." January 06
New York Post "Marcus Camby was on the plane for the Knicks' three-game road trip, but when he will play again because of his sore left foot remains a mystery, as his season is going from bad to worse. Camby didn't dress for Sunday's game against the Suns due to his foot, and coach Mike Woodson doesn't know..." December 05
New York Post "Rasheed Wallace missed last night's 131-103 loss to the Rockets with a sore foot, the Knicks announced 20 minutes before tip-off. That should have meant a chance for Marcus Camby to actually play in his new hometown, but he never left the bench and remains in an odd role in coach Mike Woodson's..." November 24
New York Post "Marcus Camby lives. Or, in this case, plays — finally. After failing to get off the bench in the team's last two games, coach Mike Woodson called upon the 6-foot-11 center for nearly 13 minutes of action, a season high. The 38-year-old Camby, in his second stint with the Knicks, didn't attempt..." November 19
New York Post "Rasheed Wallace is living in coach Mike Woodson's penthouse, and Marcus Camby appears to be in the doghouse. As Wallace's role grows, Camby, one of the Knicks' big free-agent signings, has faded from view — sitting out the past two games in San Antonio and Memphis. Even with Wallace and..." November 18
Bergen Record "Marcus Camby has never been an ironman, never playing more than 79 games in a season in his first 16 years in the league — a total he won't pass this year, either, as he already sat out the first three games. But he has managed to hang on for 17 seasons and he is anxious to get this one..." November 09
New York Daily News "The Knicks' new senior-citizen bench brigade has absorbed its first blow of the season and the victim will come as no surprise. Marcus Camby, who was signed to a three-year deal over the summer despite a long history of injuries, including when he played at the Garden earlier in his NBA..." October 07
New York Daily News "Marcus Camby isn't leaping as high as he did when he wore a Knicks jersey way back in the 1999 NBA Finals, and Jason Kidd has lost some of the wizardry that willed the Nets to two straight Finals appearances. But Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald thinks the return of the two veterans to the..." July 13
New York Post "The Knicks have Allan Houston as an assistant general manager, Larry Johnson as a player development rep, Herb Williams as an assistant coach. And now Marcus Camby. As a player. The Knicks seem to be reuniting that 1999 NBA Finals team one way or another. "I saw that, especially with Allan..." July 13
New York Daily News "Tyson Chandler is thankful for the help in the paint. A day after the Knicks agreed to terms on a sign-and-trade for his backup, Marcus Camby, the center said the team is better constructed to deal with the likes of the Heat, which punished the Knicks inside during the playoffs. "We match up..." July 11
Sheridan Hoops "Back in November 2007, a displeased David Stern said that the New York Knicks were "not a model of intelligent management." Back then, Isiah Thomas was running the franchise into the ground and getting his employer, Madison Square Garden, sued in federal court. That was five years ago and..." July 10
New York Post "Marcus Camby is back where he enjoyed playing the most — on the Garden stage. The 7-foot defensive specialist out of Hartford will get the chance to be a Knick again, for at least two seasons. The Knicks won the Camby sweepstakes last night, but lost a big chunk of their Las Vegas Summer League..." July 10
Houston Chronicle "Marcus Camby said he expects to have options as a free agent. But after roughly six weeks with the Rockets, he considers them his first choice. "I would like to be here, but I understand the NBA is a business," the center said. "A lot of suitors are going to be trying to reach out. This is..." April 26
Oregonian "After the Trail Blazers' season-opening victory over Philadelphia on Monday, there will be plenty of talk about the production of LaMarcus Aldridge, the grit of Gerald Wallace, the flash of Jamal Crawford and the pace of Raymond Felton. None of it matters, though, unless ageless center Marcus..." December 27
Oregonian "When Marcus Camby scored on an alley-oop dunk via a pass from guard Andre Miller Thursday night, the play gave Portland a 24-18 lead with 3:05 remaining and also answered any questions about the center's injured right hand. During Portland's 101-89 loss in Game 2 Tuesday in Dallas, Camby..." April 22
Oregonian "The Trail Blazers took two steps to address their shortage of big men Monday, with center Marcus Camby returning to practice and the team holding a workout of three free agent post players. Camby, who missed the Blazers' last two games after injuring his neck in a fall against Golden State six..." April 12
Oregonian "The Trail Blazers received some good news on the injury front as X-rays taken on the right ankle of center Marcus Camby came back negative Monday. Camby's injury is listed as a sprained right ankle. The team is listing him as questionable for Tuesday's home game against the Washington..." March 22
Oregonian "Trail Blazers center Marcus Camby has been experiencing soreness in his surgically-repaired left knee, but an examination by team doctor Don Roberts on Monday showed no reason for concern. The only conclusion out of Monday's meeting with the team's medical staff was that Camby would make a..." March 15
CBSSports.com "One of the notable holes in the Knicks' roster that will persist after the Carmelo Anthony trade is a capable, defensive-minded center. The Knicks tried to fill that hole with efforts to draw Portland into the deal as the fourth team and bring Marcus Camby back to New York, two people with..." February 23
Oregonian "Brandon Roy is a maybe, Marcus Camby probably doubtful for the Trail Blazers' home game against the Lakers on Wednesday. That was the big news coming out of practice Tuesday, Portland's first since the players broke up for the All-Star break. Coach Nate McMillan said Roy and Camby went..." February 23
Portland Tribune "Brandon Roy and Marcus Camby both practiced with the Trail Blazers Tuesday, but Coach Nate McMillan said their availability for Wednesday's 7:30 p.m. ESPN-televised game against the Los Angeles Lakers won't be known until following Wednesday's shootaround. Roy, who underwent arthroscopic..." February 23
Oregonian "If the Trail Blazers have put the brakes on Brandon Roy's ambitious attempt to return on this three-game trip, it's safe to say the team has left the return of Marcus Camby idling in neutral. Camby, in his first interview since resuming practice, said Thursday that he will not play today when..." February 11