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LaLa has come out and denied the rumor that Kevin Garnett told her husband Carmelo Anthony she tasted like Honey Nut Cheerios, but since she wasn’t at the game and neither Carmelo nor KG have denied we still contend that it is true.
While it is very disrespectful to say that about another man’s wife, one must admit that LaLa is a very attractive lady, worthy of the title of one of the most delicious cereals on the planet.
This behind the scenes Swimsuit photoshoot confirms that (as well as the leaked cell phone photos above).
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The unwarranted criticism of Carmelo Anthony has reached an all time level. Tonight if he feels like he can play without risking further injury he will lace up his shoes and walk onto the Garden floor. If he can’t, then it is his and the Knicks best interest to rest.
Anthony rested Wednesday night, sitting out against the Pistons. Woodson said Anthony would be evaluated...
The knee injury that forced Carmelo Anthony from the game the other night held him out of last night's game as well. Anthony fell hard to the court after tripping over his own feet on Sunday, but he had been battling a knee issue for a few games. It turns out, he has fluid on the knee.According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, Anthony was unable to play last night because...
Carmelo Anthony went down against the Cleveland Cavaliers with an injury to his right knee that he says has origins that date back to before the game. Melo told ESPN that he knew today would not be a good da. “Today I just woke up and you know how some days you really don’t feel right,” [...]
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New York All-Star Carmelo Anthony is sitting out Wednesday night's game at Detroit after injuring his right knee earlier in the week.
The Pistons, meanwhile, are without coach Lawrence Frank, who is missing the game because of a personal matter.
Anthony stumbled near midcourt Monday night against Cleveland after catching a pass and fell awkwardly to the floor. He got up, and...
Carmelo Anthony will be a game-time decision for Wednesday night’s game against the Pistons as he missed shootaround to tend to his right knee that has fluid built up causing soreness.
According to the NY Post:
Anthony did not attend the shootaround and was at the team hotel receiving treatment for what the Knicks are calling a stiff and sore right knee. Woodson said Wednesday...
In one of the most riveting regular season games an NBA fan can ever ask for, the New York Knicks went on the road to defeat the Cleveland Cavaliers, 102-97. The win snaps the Knicks ten game losing streak at the Quicken Loans Arena, storming back from a 22-point deficit despite losing their best player and All-Star, Carmelo Anthony.
Anthony left the game in the second quarter when...
The Knicks are reluctant to reveal the source of Carmelo Anthony's discomfort in his right knee.
The New York Knicks had no business even being in the game without Carmelo Anthony, but they played their hearts while falling just short of upsetting the defending Western Conference Champions, 95-94. J.R. Smith, who had 36 points on the night, including six threes, wasn’t able to execute on a last second isolation, and wound up missing a contested fadeaway that would have won...
Carmelo Anthony took a frightening tumble on Monday night during the New York Knicks’ loss to the Cleveland Cavaliers. After the Knicks grabbed a rebound in the second quarter, Anthony looked to receive an outlet pass and appeared to trip over his own feet. He then grabbed toward his knee in pain.
According to head coach Mike Woodson, the tumble could have been avoided if he had...
Current Standings - New York: 37-21, 2nd in the Eastern Conference (7.5 behind the Miami Heat), 1st in the Atlantic Division (Leading the Brooklyn Nets by 3.5 games) Oklahoma City: 44-16, 2nd in the Western Conference (2.5 games behind the San Antonio Spurs), 1st in the Northwest Division (5 games ahead of the Denver Nuggets)
Previous Meeting - These teams haven’t met yet...
Knicks 87 Pistons 77
This was a game of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Tonight was a microcosm of what is good and bad of the New York Knicks. The injury depleted Pistons team, defending their home court, got down early in the first half to only take the lead in the 3rd period. If you think that was the end of the game you are very wrong. The Knicks came back from a 10-point deficit...
Kevin Garnett found Jeff Green all alone under the basket for a layup with 0.5 seconds remaining to finish off a fourth-quarter comeback from 14 points down, and the Boston Celtics beat the Indiana Pacers 83-81 on Wednesday night.
Garnett led the Celtics with 18 points and 10 rebounds and dragged Boston back after they trailed most of the final three quarters. Green had 11 points...
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“We’ve given him more time off this year than we ever have for him,” Rivers said. “In the past, we couldn’t even brooch that subject with him. This year, he wants the days off. So, I think he’s gotten...
Tip: 7PM Court: Wells Fargo Center Watch it: TNT Hear it: WEEI
Referees: Derrick Stafford, Matt Boland and John Goble
Spread: BOS -3.0
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On road: 10-18
At home: 17-15
Streak: Won 2
Streak: Lost 1
Buckets: Pierce (18.6 ppg)
Buckets: Jrue Holiday (19.1 ppg)