Carmelo Anthony felt his left shoulder pop out of place when he collided with Avery Bradley during the fourth quarter of the Knicks' Game 6 win over the Boston Celtics.
"It was a little sore throughout the whole game," Anthony said. "Then when Bradley came and hit my shoulder from behind, it really just kind of popped in and out a little bit. But I'm fine."
Anthony expects to be healthy enough to take the floor in Game 1 of the Knicks-Pacers series on Sunday afternoon.
"It's not something I come into the game thinking about," Anthony said. "Certain things I do out there on the court, I can feel it."