Erin Weaver
Thursday December 20th, 2012

Knicks small forward Carmelo Anthony is expected to play Wednesday night. Anthony missed the past two games against Cleveland and Houston with a sprained ankle. The injury occurred last Thursday in the second half of the game against the Lakers.

Anthony has been listed as day-to-day and a game-time decision since the ankle injury. Today, however, there are reports confirming Anthony will definitely play. His ankle is "badly bruised," and he ran for it for the first time on Tuesday.

The Knicks lost their first game against Brooklyn, but won the second. The Knicks and Nets will meet three times in the first two months of the season. [tweet]

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