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Anthony Keeps Cool in Garnett Rematch

Charles Krupa/AP

Carmelo Anthony had Kevin Garnett on the ground and a little disoriented after Tyson Chandler’s hard foul had knocked the Celtics forward to the floor.

Garnett was in a vulnerable position, no doubt about it. But in that moment, Anthony did what any true sportsman would do: He extended his hand to Garnett.

“Because,” Anthony said, “there are no grudges between myself and KG. He fell and I helped him up.”

Anthony settled a score with Garnett and the Celtics Thursday night but he did so without trading insults and having to confront anyone near the locker room or the team bus. Anthony...

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