Atlantic Notes: Bargnani, Pietrus, Celtics, Felton

Following blowout losses in Golden State and Denver, the Knicks' current five-game road trip managed to get even worse when Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler left last night's game against the Nuggets with knee injuries. While Chandler downplayed the severity of his left knee contusion and could play tonight, Anthony will head back to New York to get his troublesome right knee drained. Here's more out of the Atlantic Division:

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One thought on “Atlantic Notes: Bargnani, Pietrus, Celtics, Felton

  1. eriksuperman

    It was a disappointing to see Chandler and Melo bow out
    early, as it would have been a much more exciting second half were they
    present, but I’m a Nuggets fan and LOVED the way Knicks got smacked around! I watched the first half at work yesterday,
    but when my shift at DISH ended I was able to turn it back on live on my iPad,
    and used my DISH Anywhere app to check out the rest live on my bus ride
    home. DISH Anywhere lets me take all my
    live TV and DVR with me anywhere I go, so I just turn on the action, relax and
    enjoy. I ALSO loved that a few Knicks
    fans were there on the bus too, and I was MORE than willing to let them get in
    on watching the game too, lol.


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