Originally posted on ZagsBlog.com:
GREENBURGH, N.Y. — Carmelo Anthony says he’ll “probably be [a] gametime [decision]” for Wednesday’s intra-city showdown with the Nets at Madison Square Garden.
“I’m moving better than I felt a couple days ago, yesterday,” Anthony said Tuesday. “I did a lot more than I was able to do the last couple of days, so we’ll see what happens. I still got today to get some rest and treatment and I might come back tonight to get a little light workout and then tomorrow morning. So I’ll probably be gametime at this point.”
Anthony sprained his left ankle when he was fouled by Dwight Howard in last Thursday’s win over the Lakers, and has sat out two games since. The Knicks (18-6) are 1-1 during that stretch, including losing Monday to Jeremy Lin and the Rockets, 109-96.