Found January 14, 2012 on Yahoo! Sports:
Carmelo Anthony is expected to miss the New York Knicks' game at Oklahoma City on Saturday night because of a sprained right ankle. Coach Mike D'Antoni gave the update before the morning shootaround. Anthony is the league's fourth-leading scorer, averaging 25.5 points. He was hurt early in the second half of New York's loss at Memphis on Thursday night.

Carmelo Anthony Won’t Use Crutches for Swag Reasons

Carmelo Anthony sprained his right ankle in Thursday night’s loss to the Grizzlies and he’s recovering. The team apparently wanted Melo to use crutches to help recover, but he refused and went with a walking boot instead. His reason? “Yeah I had a boot on last night. They wanted me on crutches, but it was messin’ my swag up,” he said after practice Friday. Gotta love...

Knicks' Carmelo Anthony sprains right ankle

New York forward Carmelo Anthony left the Knicks' game against Memphis on Thursday night after spraining his right ankle early in the second half. Knicks officials said Anthony wouldn't return and that X-rays were negative. Anthony, the Knicks' leading scorer at 26.6 points a game, injured the ankle on New York's end of the floor and immediately limped to the bench...

Will 'Melo be back to face Magic?

The New York Knicks are taking it day by day, and minute by minute, with superstar Carmelo Anthony's injured ankle. But getting him back on the court quickly may be wishful thinking. The Knicks' leading scorer spent the majority of his Sunday getting treatment on his sprained right ankle, the New York Post reported. He told the Post that he started running in a pool, but...

Carmelo out for Saturday's game vs. Thunder

When the Thunder take the court Saturday night against the New York Knicks, they will notice one less superstar facing them on the other side of the court. Carmelo Anthony, who injured his ankle and wrist Thursday in a loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, has been ruled out for Saturday night's game by Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni, reports Marc Berman of The New York Post....

Knicks F Anthony leaves with sprained ankle

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony left Thursday's game against the Memphis Grizzlies after suffering a sprained ankle early in the third quarter. Anthony was ruled out for the rest of the game and was scheduled to have X-rays. He had 14 points and three rebounds before limping off the court when he was hurt on the Knicks’ end of the court. Anthony is averaging a team...

Carmelo listed as doubtful vs. Thunder Saturday

Carmelo Anthony is being listed as doubtful for Saturday's game against the Thunder due to a sprained right ankle and sprained left wrist. Anthony did not practice on Friday one night after sitting out the last 22 minutes of the Knicks loss in Memphis.

Knicks Hoping Anthony Can Play Against Magic

Carmelo Anthony, who sprained his right ankle and his left wrist Thursday, participated in a team walk-through Sunday.

Carmelo Says Knicks Lacking Confidence

Carmelo Anthony suggested some Knicks players could be doubting themselves in games.

Magic head to NYC to face hobbled Knicks

It's always unfortunate when a Broadway show is without one of its major cast members. That scenario could unfold not far away at Madison Square Garden in a star-studded matchup on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. It's unclear if Carmelo Anthony will be available to join Amare Stoudemire and the New York Knicks as they take on Dwight Howard and the Orlando Magic on Monday. ...

Melo still hurting, worried Knicks 'not having fun'

Injured forward Carmelo Anthony is worried about his New York Knicks and is also questionable for Monday's game.

New York Knicks (6-5) at Oklahoma City Thunder (10-2), 8 p.m. (ET)

Two of the NBA's best pure scorers were scheduled to go head to head tonight in OKC when the Thunder hosted the Knicks but Carmelo Anthony's ankle injury has likely put that storyline on hold.

Baron could return to Knicks lineup by end of month

The Knicks won’t have Baron Davis for today’s matinee against the Magic at the Garden, and likely will be without Carmelo Anthony, as well. But, at least in Davis’ case, his long-awaited debut continues to creep ever closer, with Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni saying yesterday Davis remains...
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