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NEW YORK -- Carmelo Anthony already had been ejected with his second technical foul about midway through the fourth quarter when the Knicks star forward prepared to walk toward a hallway outside the team's locker room. That's when he saw his coach, Mike Woodson, making his own exit from the court. The pair would soon be joined by center Tyson Chandler, who was ejected along...
Carmelo Anthony scored 31 points in his return to the lineup, and the New York Knicks beat the Brooklyn Nets 100-86 on Wednesday night in the third meeting this season between the city rivals.
After two tight games in Brooklyn, the Knicks turned the first one at Madison Square Garden into a rout by dominating the second half. Anthony, who missed two games with a sprained left ankle...
With Carmelo Anthony out, Chris Copeland had 29 points and five rebounds in 28 minutes.
New York's Carmelo Anthony and three others were thrown out of a
foul-filled game, and the Chicago Bulls beat the Knicks for the
second time this season, 110-106 on Friday night.
The New York Knicks seemed to miss Carmelo Anthony against the Chicago Bulls earlier this month.
They'll have him on the court Friday night when they attempt to improve the best home record in the NBA against Joakim Noah and the stingy Bulls.
A lacerated finger on his left hand forced Anthony to miss New York's 93-85 loss at Chicago on Dec. 8. Without the superstar forward...
By Dave Buscema, The Sports Xchange NEW YORK -- The battle for New York is in danger of becoming lopsided, mostly because New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is playing at a "scary" level, as Knicks coach Mike Woodson said. The Knicks again asserted themselves over their new neighbors, topping the Brooklyn Nets, 100-86 Wednesday night in the teams' first matchup...
Bulls vs Knicks: MSG 730pm
The Bulls come into the Garden for the first time this season. Another long time rivalry renewed. In their first meeting of the year, the Knicks were on the road, without Carmelo Anthony and they could just not buy a shot. The Knicks were held to 32% shooting from the field. Most of it had to do with Chicago’s top flight defense. The Bulls...
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NEW YORK -- The battle for New York is in danger of becoming lopsided. The New York Knicks again asserted themselves over their new neighbors, topping the Brooklyn Nets, 100-86 Wednesday night in the teams' first matchup at Madison Square Garden since the Nets' move to the outer borough. Carmelo Anthony returned from a sprained left ankle to lead the Knicks with 31 points...
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein is joined by Oregon Sports News writer Casey Mabbott. Topics include the future of Tim Tebow, where Chip Kelly will land in the NFL, and whether Carmelo Anthony should win the MVP.
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