Carmelo Anthony will be able to play in Friday’s Olympic semifinal against Argentina, Frank Isola said in the Daily News.
“I’m fine,” Anthony told reporters, according to Isola. “It’s nothing serious.”
Aug. 9, 11:56 am: In a post to Twitter today, Isola said:
Carmelo is nursing a sore hamstring but says he's fine. Knicks sent one of their own trainers to London to look after him—
Frank Isola (@FisolaNYDN) August 09, 2012
Tommy Dee, theKnicksBlog.comI think it makes sense for the Knicks to have their own people evaluate Melo’s possible injury. Remember, they didn’t let Amar’e compete for the national team because of lack of insurance on his knee. Dolan has always been super cautious with stars since Allan Houston’s injury. Injuries, however minor can devastate teams.