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Carmelo Anthony moves on from Kevin Garnett incident
The Knicks’ theme Wednesday was right out of a Manhattan street-corner scene of curious onlookers: Move along; nothing to see here.
Carmelo Anthony, acknowledging that he was “pretty sure” he would be hearing from league security people about his verbal confrontation with Boston’s Kevin Garnett after Monday night’s game, declined to address the subject beyond that.
“That’s over with,” he said. “I don’t know. That’s over with. I’m not one to go back to that. As far as the game goes, I didn’t shoot the ball well, I didn’t play well that game. That’s happens, you have nights like that. As far as whatever happened with me and Kevin, that’s handled, that’s settled, that’s done and over with. We move on.”
When the security folks call, “We’ll handle that,” he said.