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There is some doubt if Melo will be able to play on Christmas now.
#Knicks say Carmelo Anthony has a sprained left ankle and he will not return.
— Ian Begley (@IanBegley) December 24, 2013
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The Los Angeles Lakers are struggling right now. They’ve lost two straight games that have ended in blowouts and are decimated by injuries. However, the 2014 off-season is just six months away and the Lakers are set to have enough cap space to land a max level free agent when July rolls around.
For this reason, many Lakers fans and media pundits have been expecting the purple and...
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony left Monday night's 103-98 win over the Orlando Magic early in the third quarter with a sprained left ankle and didn't return.
The Knicks also lost Raymond Felton late in the fourth quarter with a groin injury. The point guard hadn't played since December 11 due to a sore left hamstring, which he injured during training camp and...
ORLANDO, Fla. — New York forward Carmelo Anthony will be evaluated Tuesday after he left the Knicks’ 103-98 win over the Orlando Magic with a sprained left ankle.
Anthony led the Knicks with 19 points before leaving the game Monday night with 7:26 left in the third quarter.
Without him, the Magic rallied to cut what had been a 25-point deficit to just a point. But the Knicks...
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will be a game-time decision for their Christmas matchup with the Thunder.
Anthony sprained his left ankle in New York's 103-98 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday.
The Knicks will be without at least one starter Wednesday. They said Tuesday that guard Raymond Felton will miss the nationally televised home game against Oklahoma City because of a...
The Carmelo Anthony to L.A. rumors have resurfaced, but with a different sunny California team.
According to Hoopsworld’s Steve Kyler, the Los Angeles Clippers—not Los Angeles Lakers—are the Knicks’ biggest threat to Carmelo Anthony.
As one insider said last night after the game, the idea of Anthony leaving the Knicks isn’t talked about in the abstract around the team...
The stars take center stage for NBA Christmas Day game. This year is not an exception, though what is missing are a few of the league’s brightest. This has paved the way for some lackluster matchups, most notably two of the first three games scheduled. NBA matchmaking be damned, no one... Read More of the post "NBA Christmas Day Preview" which appeared first on The Outside Analysis.
Carmelo Anthony was forced to leave Monday night’s game against the Magic when he sprained his ankle during the third quarter. After missing a shot in the paint, Anthony appeared to land on Tobias Harris’ foot and rolled his left ankle. He did not return.
The post Carmelo Anthony Leaves Game Vs. Magic With Ankle Sprain (Video) appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
The New York Knicks have already had one of the most disappointing starts to the 2013-2014 season, and it appears it might begin to get worse. While playing the Orlando Magic on December 23rd, Carmelo Anthony left the game due to an ankle injury. He would not return to the game, and Marc Berman of […]The post Breaking: Carmelo Anthony Injures Ankle – Recent Updates On Injury...
This was as bad as Knicks fans have feared.
Before the tip the Knicks learned that leading scorer and guy they can’t do without Carmelo Anthony was in fact going to be out due to the sprained ankle suffered Monday.
Then once the ball went up for that tip the Oklahoma City Thunder looked every bit the contender — they shot 70 percent in the first quarter — and this was a blowout...
ORLANDO, Fla. -- After falling behind by as many as 25 points to the New York Knicks, the Orlando Magic appeared poised in the fourth quarter to make Mike Woodson's shaky coaching future even more tenuous.
But despite losing Carmelo Anthony and Raymond Felton to injuries in the second half, the Knicks hung on to keep the Magic in a tailspin.
A furious rally led by Arron Afflalo...
Some people have called LeBron James and Chris Bosh traitors for joining forces with Dwyane Wade on the Heat. Others have called them lazy for taking the easy route to a championship.
Carmelo Anthony just calls them smart.
In an ominous sign for the Knicks, Anthony told Ahmad Rashad in an interview for NBA TV that James and Bosh made the “smart” move to maneuver their way to...
Carmelo Anthony had 19 points before leaving the game with a sprained left ankle in the third quarter, but the New York Knicks were able to stave off a fierce charge to preserve a 103-98 victory over the Orlando Magic on Monday night.
New York led by as many as 25 points before having its lead cut all the way to a point in the fourth quarter. Beno Udrih hit six straight free-throws...
Kevin Durant scored 29 points, Russell Westbrook had a
triple-double by the middle of the third quarter, and the Oklahoma
City Thunder rolled to a 123-94 victory Wednesday over the New York
Knicks, who played without Carmelo Anthony.