The Knicks are listing Carmelo Anthony as questionable for their road game against the Kings on Friday night.
Anthony suffered a hyperextended left knee against the Lakers on Christmas when Marcus Camby fell on him during an offensive play in the second quarter. Melo continued to play, finishing with 34 points in his team's 100-94 loss.
Anthony missed the Knicks' Wednesday game in Phoenix. For the season, he's had five DNPs due to injuries, during which the Knicks have gone 3-2.
In other injury news, Raymond Felton has a fracture in his right pinkie finger, but it won't require surgery. That was determined after the starting point guard saw a hand specialist in New York on Thursday. His recovery timetable is four to six weeks.
To read more about Felton's setback, click here.
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