Carmelo Anthony ejected for 'punch' to face in Knicks loss to Hawks

The New York Knicks All-Star forward was ejected during the second quarter of the team's road game against the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night after he punched Sefolosha while the two were lobbying for position in the paint.

"I don't think it was anything Sefolosha was doing as far as being overly physical or anything like that".

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Anthony refused to speak with reporters as he walked slowly to board the team bus after the game. That blowout loss occurred after Anthony rested a minor shoulder injury the previous game against Golden State. Only the Wizards' John Wall has been tossed from as many games so far this season.

Anthony doesn't seem too concerned either way.

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The Knicks lost that contest in Boston and according to ESPN, are 0-11 without him since the beginning of the 2015-16 season. "We have to go get it".

Hornacek, meanwhile, understands there are different standards for flagrant fouls than when he was playing in the '80s and '90s. Both earned technical fouls for that exchange, and the game was delayed for several minutes as officials conducted a video review of what led to the jawing. "Back in the day, you knock a guy over because you didn't allow layups". Second-year forward Kristaps Porzingis averages 20 points, 7.7 rebounds and 1.9 blocks per game, and has scored 20 points or more in three of his past four games. "So it's a different game".

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