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Knicks' Carmelo Anthony ahead of schedule, should be back by June
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said that he was ahead of schedule in his rehab from left knee surgery in February, per the New York Post

Anthony said, "I’ll be ready in June. I’ll probably be ready a little before June, back to my regular program and working out. … The rehab is going extremely well. I feel very positive where I will be about next training camp. I’m actually excited about the progress I’ve made in a short period of time." 

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Knicks' Carmelo Anthony admits second thoughts on re-signing
by Jason Butt | CBSSports.com

Carmelo Anthony admitted having second thoughts about re-signing with the Knicks during the organization's disastrous 2014-15 season. 

The Knicks finished a franchise-worst 17-65 with Anthony missing the second half of the season due to a knee injury. 

"As a human being those thoughts definitely come into play," Anthony said, via the Associated Press. "You sit down at night and you're thinking, 'Did I really make the right decision?' Or just things like that. But not often did I think like that."

Anthony added he's no longer having second thoughts about re-signing with the Knicks. His focus now is strengthening the injured left knee that underwent surgery in February. 

Anthony said he's expecting to be participating in basketball activities in June. 

With the 2014-15 season finished, Anthony is hopeful the Knicks can reverse their fortune next year.

"Nobody expected the season to be like this. We all expected at least to somewhat compete in the Eastern Conference," Anthony said. "At the end of the day this next season, for me and for the organization and for Phil, it's like this is where we earn our money."

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Knicks F Carmelo Anthony optimistic he'll be ready for training camp
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Less than two months removed from undergoing knee surgery, Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony spoke to reporters Thursday and said he'll be healthy for training camp, reports ESPNNewYork.

Anthony was expected to need four-to-six months to recover from the surgery he underwent in February. He hopes to resume basketball activities sometime in June.

The Knicks struggled before and after Anthony's surgery this season, finishing 17-65. Anthony admitted to second guessing his decision to remain with the Knicks, but said he has no regrets. Despite the difficult season, Anthony said he still has faith in Knicks president Phil Jackson.

With the team possessing $25 million in cap space this summer, Anthony said the offseason will be crucial to the future of the Knicks and he is willing to recruit free agents. 

"This next season for me and for the organization and for Phil this is where we earn our money," he said.

Anthony added that If the Knicks acquire another All-Star, he'd be willing to be the second option.

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Knicks forward Travis Wear to miss season finale Wednesday
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Knicks forward Travis Wear will miss the final game of the regular season Wednesday against the Pistons with a sore lower back, the team announced.

Wear missed the final 13 games of the season with the injury. He finishes the season averaging 3.9 points and 2.1 rebounds in 51 games.

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Knicks forward Andrea Bargnani out for Wednesday's game
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Knicks forward Andrea Bargnani will miss the team's final game of the season, coach Derek Fisher said per the Wall Street Journal.

Bargnani, who is battling an illness, will have missed the final four games of the year. He finishes the year averaging 14.8 points and 4.4 rebounds in 29 games.

The Knicks are currently 9-point underdogs against the Pistons.

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PPGTim Hardaway Jr. , SG11.5
APGShane Larkin , PG3
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MPGShane Larkin , PG24.5
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