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Carmelo Anthony hyperextended his left knee during practice Monday and the Knicks say his return is day to day.
Anthony appeared to be hurt when he banged into another player while playing defense. He fell to the court and stayed down for a brief period before walking to the training room.
The Knicks were having a full practice for only the second time after they were short-handed the first two days of training camp. Their preseason opener is Saturday at New Jersey.
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony hyperextended his left knee during practice Monday and is considered day to day.
Anthony was hurt during 5-on-5 drills but walked off the court under his own power. He was held out for the remainder of the practice.
Anthony underwent a pair of surgeries in the offseason, one on his knee and the other on his elbow.
The All-Star, acquired...
Carmelo Anthony, who hyperextend his knee during Monday’s scrimmage, is sitting out Tuesday’s practice session.
The Knicks had listed him as day-to-day, and it is unclear if he will undergo any MRI exams.
Anthony suffered the injury when he stepped on rookie Iman Shumpert’s foot as he was coming off a screen.
– Reported by Marc Berman of [...]
Carmelo Anthony participated in practice Wednesday after sitting out a day with a hyperextended knee, suffered Monday when he became entangled with a teammate.
Carmelo Anthony went down with a knee injury during practice this afternoon, and the Knicks are listing him as day-to-day. Per Newsday: “Carmelo Anthony suffered a hyperextended left knee in practice scrimmage and is listed as day-to-day.”
Kevin Clark of the Wall Street Journal says the Knicks have almost never had two players shoot as much as Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire do:
Last season, the teams' two superstars, Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire, became the first pair of Knicks to both average 19 shots per game since the Kennedy administration. The duo combined to take 46% of the team's shots...
It sounds a lot worse than it apparently is. Carmelo Anthony hyperextended his right knee when he stepped on the foot of rookie Iman Shumpert, according to tweets from Frank Isola of the New York Daily News and Marc Berman of the New York Post. The Knicks say he is day-to-day, which doesn’t sound to…
Carmelo Anthony's injury occurred when he tangled up with Iman Shumpert.
by Peter Walsh / @goinginsquad
You could hear a pin drop.
When Carmelo Anthony fell to the ground with what thankfully turned out to be a minor knee injury, the entire gym held their collective breath as the Knicks’ hopes of the ’11-12 season laid on the hardwood in pain. As Melo went back to the training room and practiced resumed, the focused turned back to basketball as the...
GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- Carmelo Anthony hyperextended his left knee during practice Monday and the Knicks say his return is day to day.
Tyson Chandler believes the Knicks now have the best frontcourt in the league, as he will be flanked by Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire.
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The NBA legal battle is officially over.
U.S. District Judge Patrick Schiltz in Minnesota dismissed the lawsuit Monday at the request of players and owners now that the two sides have approved a new collective bargaining agreement. Training camps and free agency opened last Friday.
A group of NBA players had filed the antitrust lawsuit against the league. Named...
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we featured Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony's appearance on Sesame Street. Well, Amare decided to film another segment for the show where he teaches kids some Hebrew and we learn the meaning of "Tov":(Courtesy of Larry Brown Sports)
Last season, the Nets spent several months chasing Carmelo Anthony before losing out on him to the Knicks. It looks as if they could spend most of this season chasing Dwight Howard.
As recently as this past weekend, it looked as if it simply was a matter of when the...