- Ian Begley, ESPN Staff Writer
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Anthony had missed six of the Knicks' past eight games -- and large portions of two of the past three he's suited up for -- with a right knee injury.
The Knicks are officially listing Anthony as "probable" for the game against Orlando, but Anthony said after Wednesday's shootaround that his knee is pain-free and he's ready to play.
"I feel good as of right now, so I'll be ready to play tonight," Anthony said.
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