The Knicks won, so that's kinda good, but they lost 40% of their starting lineup to injury, so that's less good. The prior and scarier injury was Carmelo Anthony landing funny while fighting for an offensive rebound and turning his left ankle. The Knicks are calling it a sprained left ankle. He did not return, and they say he'll be reevaluated on Tuesday.
Raymond Felton, meanwhile, was jumpin' around and all of a sudden came up grimacing and hobbling. The Knicks are calling it a strained right groin, and he didn't return either. This was his first night back after a couple games missed with that hamstring issue.
As of right now, I haven't seen any postgame words. I'll add relevant things if I see 'em. Feel better, gentlemen.
Update: This is only the post-game update you need:
Talking about himself and Melo, Felton said, "Pray for us."— Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) December 24, 2013
Both Melo and Felton will be reevaluated in the morning.
Update: Okay one more:
Melo said he's planning on playing Christmas Day - a few disclaimers, but he sounded like he thinks his ankle isn't too bad.— Steve Popper (@StevePopper) December 24, 2013