Carmelo Anthony -- coming to Boston tomorrow for the Knicks' first game against the Celtics since his confrontation with Kevin Garnett in New York on Jan. 7 -- says he holds "no grudges" against KG and that there's "nothing left over" from the incident.
"It's no bad blood, no grudges between us or anything like that," Anthony told ESPN New York after practice on Wednesday. "I don't hold no grudges or have any bad blood towards the guy . . .
"On my end, there's nothing left over."
Anthony became angry at some of Garnett's in-game trash talking and waited for him afterwards at the Celtics' team bus. Watch CSNNE.com's exclusive video here.