Carmelo Anthony missed his second straight game Thursday night and is being described by the Knicks as "day to day" with a "sore knee." I'd like you all to read that last sentence with
, because Madison Square Garden has lost all credibility when it comes to this sort of thing.
Last season, the Knicks listed Jeremy Lin as day-to-day for the better part of the second half. (Lin's season ended in early March.) And "sore foot" was the description of Rasheed Wallace's injury ... which required season (and likely career) ending surgery.
I don't want to step on Jeff Stotts' toes and start analyzing injuries, but know that, in MSG-speak, "sore knee" could mean a
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