New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony sustained a sprained left ankle in Thursday night's win and was listed as questionable for a game Saturday night against Cleveland. No X-rays were taken of the ankle and Anthony will have no additional tests, the team said Friday during a day off from practice. Anthony had scored 30 points Thursday night when he collided with Los Angeles Lakers center Dwight Howard on a drive and landed on his left ankle. Anthony left the game shortly afterward, but the Knicks (17-5) went on to boost their home record to 9-0 this season. It's the second injury for Anthony this season. He missed two games after he received stitches for a cut on his left middle finger.