After leaving Monday’s game in Cleveland because of a non-contact injury, Carmelo Anthony revealed postgame that he’s been dealing with a sore right knee for a “couple of weeks.” Anthony’s availability for the Knicks’ game in Detroit Wednesday is yet to be determined.
According to Fred Kerber, New York Post:
Anthony has battled a sore right knee for “a couple weeks,” he said, feeling enough discomfort to warrant an MRI “a couple days ago.” That test came back clean and Anthony believes there is nothing seriously wrong…
…He said his knee bothered him yesterday [against Heat] but he tried to play. Coach Mike Woodson knew something was amiss.
“One time he wanted to come out so obviously it was bothering him,” said Woodson, who added there will be more evaluations today. “He never asks to come out of the game.”