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“I got an owner that looks out (for me),” Anthony said before practice Wednesday at London’s O2 Arena. “You can’t beat that.”
The report said Dolan had technicians stationed at opposite corners of the court during Friday’s home game against Chicago. Holding umbrella-shaped parabola microphones, they were told to record Anthony’s interactions and send the tape directly to Dolan himself.
Anthony and Boston forward Kevin Garnett exchanged words during the Celtics’ 102-96 victory Jan. 7. Anthony, clearly thrown off his game and finishing just 6-of-26 from the field, later tried to confront Garnett near the locker room and team bus and received a one-game suspension from the NBA.
“If an owner tries to protect their players, trying to protect his player, you can’t beat that,” Anthony said one day after arriving in London.
“I don’t really care about the miking thing. I don’t follow it and haven’t followed it,” Woodson said. “I got better things to worry about than this miking thing that you guys are talking about.”
The Knicks are coming into the game off a 100-87 win over the New Orleans Hornets on Sunday. And after Wednesday’s game, they won’t play again until they meet the Brooklyn Nets on Monday.
“This is not about vacation and I don’t think any of us is treating it that way. This is a regular-season game. It’s a game that we got to win,” Woodson said. “It’s not about vacation time. Vacation’s in the summer.”
“The orange and blue, baby,” said Lee, who has been in London many times but is in the city to watch his beloved Knicks for the first time. “My wife gave me permission to come to the game.”
The NBA came to Europe in 2011, with the then-New Jersey Nets swept a two-game series against the Toronto Raptors at the O2, the first regular-season games to be played in Europe.
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