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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 he seemed to trip over his own feet, buckling his knee in the open court. This certainly raises a concern for Knicks nation, but MSG’s Tina Cervasio reported their were no scheduled tests or MRI’s in store for Anthony as of now.
The Cavaliers shot an unreal 68 percent from the field in the first half, showcasing a total team effort across the board. Mareese Speights contributed heavily to the hot start, shooting 10-10 from the field with 21 points in the first half alone. Kyrie Irving was spectacular all night as well, finishing with 22 points, five rebounds, and six assists, but it wasn’t enough as the ...
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CLEVELAND -- Knicks star Carmelo Anthony fell and injured his right knee in the second quarter of Mondays 102-97 win over host Cleveland.
While no official diagnosis has been made, Anthony said afterward the knee has been bothering him for a couple weeks. Anthony reportedly had an MRI on the knee over the weekend.
Its been sore, no stiffness, he said. Its been going on a while...
Carmelo is officially out
— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) March 6, 2013
Sounds as if Carmelo will play tomorrow vs Kevin Durant and OKC
— Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) March 6, 2013
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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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Carmelo Anthony has been dealing with soreness in his right knee over the past few weeks and recently had an MRI.
Carmelo Anthony‘s knee injury is being treated carefully but optimistically ever since the Knicks forward left Monday’s game after stumbling to the floor in the second quarter. For now, the team is holding out hope that Anthony simply tweaked his right knee during the win over the Cavaliers. Their best-case scenario is that he will be back on the court soon.
If he is not, the...
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is listed as questionable for Wednesday's game against the Detroit Pistons after suffering an injury to his right knee during Monday's win against Cleveland Cavaliers.The incident occurred in the first half midway through the second quarter when Anthony stumbled, fell to the ground, left the game and failed to return. Anthony claims...
The Knicks are reluctant to reveal the source of Carmelo Anthony's discomfort in his right knee.
CLEVELAND -- The Cavaliers have become accomplished at one thing this season, and its not something thats any good.
But their ability to take the wind out of their own sails is clearly unmatched.
That may sound harsh, especially when youre talking about such a young team that understands its taking part in an ongoing process.
Well, chalk up another one to painful memories, as...
Amare Stoudemire scored 22 points, J.R. Smith added 18 and the New York Knicks overcame a 22-point deficit without All-Star Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cavaliers 102-97 on Monday night, ending a 10-game losing streak in Cleveland.
Steve Novak made three of New York's seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as the Knicks rallied and shook off a tough home loss on Sunday, when...
Current Standings - New York - 2nd in the Eastern Conference (6.5 games behind Miami), 1st in the Atlantic Division (2.5 games ahead of Brooklyn) Miami - 1st in Eastern Conference
Previous Meeting - New York beat Miami 112-92 on December 6th (Carmelo Anthony DNP)
What To Watch For - The New York Knicks 3 game winning streak is something to be encouraged by despite the victories...
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...
Mike Woodson was "stubborn" & did not listen
The New York Knicks may be without Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday night. If their reserves can repeat their latest performance and Amare Stoudemire can continue his efficient scoring, it may not matter against the hapless Detroit Pistons.
New York will be going for its second straight season sweep of Detroit - having taken the first three meetings by an average of 16.7 points - and...
The Atlantic Division-leading New York Knicks haven't managed to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers on the road in over six years, and Carmelo Anthony hasn't been much help, either.
The possible return of Kyrie Irving may keep it that way Monday night when Anthony and the Knicks make their first of two visits this season.
New York (35-21) has won four of the last six meetings...
Mike Woodson appeared on ESPN radio’s “The Stephen A. Smith and Ryan Ruocco Show” and when defending his star player being considered a “quitter” for leaving Monday’s game vs. Cleveland down 22 points, Woodson actually stated that Carmelo Anthony asked to be taken out of the game before tripping over himself and injuring his right knee during the first half of play. Woodson...