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Knicks' Anthony sits in Dallas with back spasms

DALLAS (AP) New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony missed Wednesday night's game at Dallas with back spasms. Anthony experienced the back issues in the first half of Monday's 91-86 loss at Houston. The Knicks finish a three-game road trip at Oklahoma City on Friday. Anthony's status for that game is unclear. Before re-signing with New York in the offseason, Anthony made stops in...
Via AP on Fox
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Knicks Injury Update: Carmelo Anthony will likely miss the Knicks' next two games

After sitting out on Monday’s game against the Houston Rockets, it now appears that Carmelo Anthony’s back will force him to miss the next two games. The New York Knicks are slated to play the Dallas Mavericks tonight and OKC on Friday before returning home to face off against Chris Bosh and the Miami Heat.   #454584304 / gettyimages.com As reported by Kimberly John...
Via NBA Injury News
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Knicks Concerned Carmelo Anthony's Back Issue Could Be Season-Long

Carmelo Anthony is expected to miss the rest of the New York Knicks' road trip with a back injury. The Knicks are concerned that Anthony's injury could become a season-long issue related to the disk. Anthony injured his back landing awkwardly after a jump shot in Monday's game. “Most injuries aren’t necessarily acute or traumatic,’’ Derek Fisher said. “Maybe...
Via RealGM
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Report: Knicks Worried Carmelo Anthony’s Back Issue May Be Season-Long

Carmelo Anthony was forced out of Monday night’s game against the Rockets with back spasms, and he was dealing with severe pain long after the game was finished. Marc Berman of the New York Post is reporting that those back pains could become a season long issue. A grimacing Anthony hobbled out of Monday’s game with 1:45 left in the first half and tried to fight off the pain...
Via Thacover2
6 hours ago  |  Discuss

Melo: Dwight Howard tried 'extremely hard' to recruit me

Before Carmelo Anthony decided to remain with the New York Knicks, Dwight Howard had him thinking about donning a Houston Rockets uniform. Anthony met with the Rockets in July. On Tuesday, Carmelo told reporters that Howard was a big part of the recruiting pitch when he visited Houston. “We had some great dialogue back and...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
11 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Knicks Carmelo Anthony Doubtful To Play vs. Dallas Mavericks

ESPN reports New York Knicks all star Carmelo Anthony is listed as doubtful for Wednesday night’s game vs. the Dallas Mavericks. Anthony left Monday night’s game vs. the Houston Rockets with back spasms when landing awkwardly after a jump shot. Carmelo went to a doctor in Houston to receive pain medication for the spasms after the game. Teammate JR Smith chimed in with how much...
Via Basketball Bicker
18 hours ago  |  Discuss

Knicks Injury Update: Carmelo Anthony doubtful with back spasms

Star New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is officially listed as doubtful, per Knicks PR, for tomorrow night's game versus the Dallas Mavericks due to back spasms. Carmelo Anthony did not practice today in Dallas with the team and is listed as doubtful for tomorrow with back spasms.— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) November 25, 2014 During last night's game in Houston, Carmelo...
Via NBA Injury News
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony says Dwight Howard tried hard to get him to come to Houston

You know that it is a sad state of affairs when the only thing you can talk about in regards to the New York Knicks is Carmelo Anthony’s decision to stay with the team. Anthony chose the money and the belief that team president Phil Jackson can build a championship team around him. Before the Knicks lost to the Houston Rockets last night, Anthony was asked how close was he to signing...
Via No Guts, No Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony leaves game with back spasms

HOUSTON (AP) New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony left Monday night's game against the Rockets in the second quarter with back spasms, the team said. Anthony walked gingerly to the locker room with less than two minutes remaining in the first half. His return is questionable, the Knicks said. Anthony led Knicks scorers with 14 at the break, as Houston led 51-46.
Via AP on Fox
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony playing with sore left knee

Tweet Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is playing with a sore left knee, and he aggravated the injury during New York’s 117-113 loss Tuesday night to the Milwaukee Bucks. Anthony returned to the locker room for a couple minutes in the second quarter to get his left knee re-taped. Anthony said he aggravated the knee issue after hitting the floor while scrambling for a loose ball....
Via Los That Sports Blog
7 days ago  |  Discuss
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