WASHINGTON, D.C. - Carmelo Anthony said his right shoulder bothered him after he got hit in Tuesday night's game against the Pistons and that the left one, in which he suffered a torn labrum and rotator cuff last season, still feels fine. "Ain't no wood around here I can knock on?" he said. "No issues."
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Melo has Woodson's back
Anthony also chose not to say anything, but he promised to repay his coach for having his back.
"I don't know about $25,000, but I'll take care of him here and there," Anthony joked. "We got a long year, man. I'll spread it out across the year. But I tell you, I'll take care of Woody."
Felton sits again
Raymond Felton missed his third straight game with a pinched nerve in his hip. He also has been dealing with a hamstring issue. He said he doubts he'll play Monday when the Knicks play in Portland.
This will be a tough trip for the Knicks' point guards, who have had problems defending against quick guards. They played John Wall (31 points) Saturday night and will face Portland's Damian Lillard, the Clippers' Chris Paul and Denver's Ty Lawson.