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Carmelo Anthony out Saturday after ankle sprain

Posted on: January 12, 2012 9:50 pm
Edited on: January 14, 2012 2:26 pm
 
Posted by Ben Golliver

Update (Saturday): CBS Fantasy News notes that Anthony is out for Saturday night's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder and is hoping for a return for a Monday night game against the Orlando Magic.

Update (Friday)
: The New York Times reports that Anthony missed practice on Friday because of the sprained ankle injury suffered on Thursday night. He is listed as "doubtful" for a Saturday night game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.

Original post:

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has been dealing with various bumps and bruises, but it was a badly rolled ankle that knocked him out of a Thursday night game against the Memphis Grizzlies.

After spraining his left wrist earlier in the game and opting to play through it, Anthony rolled his right ankle while fighting for a loose ball with Grizzlies big man Marc Gasol. The injury occurred with 10 minutes remaining in the third quarter and Anthony hopped around in significant pain before being taken to the locker room. Memphis was leading New York at the time of the injury, 53-40. Anthony left the game with 14 points, three rebounds and two assists on 6-for-11 shooting in 20 minutes.

The Knicks confirmed that Anthony was done for the night with a right ankle sprain. The New York Times reported that an X-ray on the ankle conducted at the arena came back negative.

Here's video of New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony's ankle injury suffered against the Memphis Grizzlies.



Comments

Since: May 13, 2007
Posted on: January 13, 2012 6:34 am
 

Carmelo Anthony sprains ankle, X-rays negative

Good player, but has alot of injuries. He misses 12-20 games every season. A total which is certain to rise with age. Especially with his salary and contract.


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