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    Carmelo Anthony returns from two-game absence for possible Knicks finale in slim win over Sixers

    Apr 13, 2017
    Carmelo Anthony enjoyed the chants in Madison Square Garden in what could be his final game as a Knick. AP

    NEW YORK — Carmelo Anthony scored 17 points after deciding to play in what could be his final game with the Knicks, and New York beat the 76ers, 114-113, on Wednesday (Thursday, Manila time).

    Anthony had missed the previous two games with a sore left knee and wasn't expected to play Wednesday, but told Jeff Hornacek he wanted to go. He played 23 minutes, sitting out the final quarter while a couple of "We want Melo! We want Melo!" chants broke out.

    The Knicks finished 31-51 in another dysfunctional and disappointing season that started with promise, but became a sideshow after a disconnect between team president Phil Jackson and Anthony led to trade rumors that engulfed the team.

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    Carmelo Anthony enjoyed the chants in Madison Square Garden in what could be his final game as a Knick. AP
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