Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony Out 1-2 Weeks With Strained Groin
NEW YORK (WFAN/AP) — Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will miss one to two weeks with a strained right groin, the team announced Tuesday.
Anthony left the Knicks’ 99-88 win over Utah in the first quarter Monday night.
Anthony was hurt after scoring two points in 6 minutes. The Knicks were already without Amar’e Stoudemire after he returned to Florida earlier Monday following the death of his brother in a car crash.
Anthony leads the Knicks with 22.3 points per game but has battled nagging injuries, missing three games and shooting poorly in a number of others.
Despite missing two All-Stars and using a lineup of second-teamers, the Knicks won their second straight game thanks to another remarkable performance from Jeremy Lin, the former Harvard point guard.
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