New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony missed Tuesday’s 128-122 overtime loss to the Oklahoma City Thunder because of soreness in his left knee. Knicks coach Derek Fisher said the team is taking a cautious approach with Anthony and that there are no structural issues with Anthony’s knee.
“We’ll just continue to kind of evaluate him and make sure he gets to a place where once he’s back on the court it’s not something we’re trying to monitor or manage every single day,” Fisher said.
Source: Ian Begley of ESPN
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