Carmelo Anthony says shoulder feels betterPosted by Inside Hoops
Carmelo Anthony said Thursday that his shoulder is doing great and he doesn’t believe that he’ll need surgery.
Anthony injured his shoulder late in the Celtics’ series and played through the pain in the Knicks’ six-game loss to the Pacers in the next round after which it was revealed he had a small tear in his left shoulder. A source said at the time that Anthony would rehab it for a month and would not need surgery.
“Much better. It feels much better. I have had about four to five weeks to let it rest and heal up,” Anthony said after a ceremony in which he refurbished two basketball courts at the Red Hook apartments in Brooklyn.
“It’s not 100 percent yet but it’s much better.”
Reported by Marc Berman of the New York Post (Blog)