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Beasts Of The East: Carmelo Anthony was key in Knicks' November win o…CNNSI.com Dec 6, 2012Carmelo Anthony was key in Knicks' November win over the Heat, but is not in the lineup because of stitches on his hand. Miami looks to rebound from a loss to Washington. Follow here.Share Tweet
Anthony Sits One Outnytimes.com Dec 6, 2012After getting stitches for a cut finger, Carmelo Anthony was told by Coach Mike Woodson to sit out Thursday's game against the Miami Heat.Share TweetCarmelo Anthony will not play in the New York Knicks' game against the Miami Heat on Thursday night, one day after getting five stitches in the middle finger of his left hand.Share Tweet
Ian Thomsen: Appreciate Heat now, as upcoming tax threatens a potential dynastyCNNSI.com Dec 6, 2012Whether you love or hate the Miami Heat, you ought to appreciate their runs at the championship over the next two seasons. Because owner Micky Arison may not be able to afford his team by 2014-15.Share Tweetyahoo.com Dec 6, 2012Somewhat lost in the scintillating news that the New Orleans Hornets could change their nickname to the more Louisiana-appropriate "Pelicans" next season is the long-rumored possibility that the Charlotte Bobcats could re-take the "Hornet…Share Tweetdimemag.com Dec 6, 2012They said they were going to stop the game in New Orleans once Kobe Bryant hit 30,000 career points. He did that just before the end of the first half, going off the dribble and hitting a running floater over Robin Lopez. But the game never ceased, and …Share Tweet
Felton Sheds His Bandages and Helps Topple the Bobcatsnytimes.com Dec 6, 2012Raymond Felton, who sustained a bruised left thumb in a victory against the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, decided not to skip Wednesday's game, playing with bandages taped on his hand for part of the game.Share Tweetgrantland.com Dec 6, 2012The Atlanta Hawks should be one of those NBA teams whose present doesn't really matter. There are a depressing number of such teams when you really st...Share Tweet
Double Alley-Oop To LeBronDec 6Ray Allen tosses the ball downcourt to Dwyane Wade who alley-oops it to LeBron James for the two-handed slam.
Better Team: Knicks Or Heat?Dec 6Stephen A. Smith says the Heat are a better team right now than the Knicks.
Highlight Of The NightDec 6Raymond Felton scored a season-high 27 points to provide a spark to the Carmelo-less Knicks.