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Anthony, Garnett Scrap After Celts' Win

Ron Antonelli/New York Daily News

Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett got into an altercation in the bowels of Madison Square Garden after the Boston Celtics' 102-96 win over the New York Knicks on Monday and building security was called upon to defuse the incident, two sources with knowledge of the incident told ESPNNewYork.

"It was like being in the school yard," one witness to the incident said.

The two stars did not come to blows. But Anthony was still hot after getting into a confrontation with Garnett in the second half of the ...

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