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    Carmelo Anthony May Sit Out With Deep Cut on Finger

    Thursday, December 6th, 2012 at 9:00 am | 8 Comments and 0 Reactions
    Carmelo Anthony May Sit Out With Deep Cut on Finger


    Due to a finger injury against the Charlotte Bobcats, Carmelo Anthony could end up missing tonight’s showdown in Miami against the Heat. ‘Melo, who suffered a deep cut on his left middle finger while diving for a loose ball, says he’s not sure yet if he can play. Per the NY Daily News: “The finger on Anthony’s non-shooting hand was heavily bandaged afterward, which makes him a game-time decision against LeBron James and the Heat. ‘Right now it’s numb so I don’t know,’ Anthony said after the Knicks, owners of the best record in the East, improved to 13-4. ‘I’m not getting on Southwest. I’m going to Miami.’ The reference, of course, was to the controversy surrounding the San Antonio Spurs last week and the team’s decision to send Tim Duncan, Tony Parker, Manu Ginobili and Danny Green home on a commercial airline rather than play the Heat. The flight that may prevent Anthony from taking the court was his decision to dive head-first for a loose ball that was headed for the Knicks bench. It was a valiant effort but a costly one as Anthony cut his hand on a metal container behind the bench that is used to keep heating packs warm. [...] ‘I want to play against Miami,” said Anthony, who isn’t sure if he can catch or control the ball with his finger bandaged. ‘But at the end of the day I have to do what’s right for my finger. It’s a deep cut. If I can’t play then I’ll see them two more times.’ He then added: ‘I’m going to take some time off from diving into the stands.’”
    http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba...cut-on-finger/

    Can we beat Miami without Melo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CIA-Hole View Post
    Can we beat Miami without Melo?

    i think only if we have a ridiculous night of hitting 3's. where else are we getting points from?

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    Probably not, we'd need to get real lucky. Hopefully they stay competitive
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    We loose tonight without mello....what else is there to talk about?????

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    were gonna be down by 20 then melos gonna walk out of the locker room... and have a seat behind the bench.

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    Melo will play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by yankstheknicks View Post
    We loose tonight without mello....what else is there to talk about?????
    One L

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    If he doesn't play we are ****ed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CIA-Hole View Post
    Thursday, December 6th, 2012 at 9:00 am | 8 Comments and 0 Reactions
    Carmelo Anthony May Sit Out With Deep Cut on Finger




    http://www.slamonline.com/online/nba...cut-on-finger/

    Can we beat Miami without Melo?
    why not, bucks, cavs, spurs and the wizards have come down to the wire against the heat, if we are a championship contending team, we should be able to put up a good fight without melo. i think we can pull it off, if, felton, j.r, chandler and novak can have good games and we get solid/productive play from players like copeland, sheed, prigioni and brewer... kidd always gets the job done... must be a total team effort in order for us to win this one...
    GO NY GO NY GO

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    If Melo doesnt play I hope Woody gives Cope some big minutes. I wanna see what he can do in the spotlight against a top team

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    Remember that big game Bill Walker had against Miami maybe if Cope could replicate that we might have a chance.

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    we have a chance cause the heat are banged up too...
    we have to make 3s and tyson, jr, felton, kidd and novak have to combine for at least 80.

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    I say 25 for Felton
    22 for Smith
    Kidd goes for 15
    Tyson around 12

    If Novak gets hot we could def grab the W

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    For what it's worth WFAN is saying he's playing.

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    He aint sitting out. He's just playing the media.
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