February 19, 2016, 9:10 am
Carmelo Anthony says that he didn’t feel significant soreness in his balky knee after the Knicks’ last two practices.
This makes a lot of sense coming out of the break and Kurt Rambis has also recently said that he wants Melo to play a lot down the stretch. That’s all good and fine but the Knicks need to stay in the playoff chase, and then Melo’s knee needs to cooperate. If either of those two things slip, it could be bad news for owners. Just don’t sell too low because he can be a top-30 guy the rest of the way at his best.