Anthony, who didn’t sit on the bench Friday night and hasn’t spoken to the media since before Christmas, will then have missed three straight games with a sprained left ankle. The Knicks are 0-2 without him.
“He’s gotta continue to go through treatment and when he’s ready to play, he’ll let us know,” Woodson said before the game.
After Toronto, the Knicks head on a three-game Texas swing beginning Jan. 2 in San Antonio.
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