New York Knicks star forward Carmelo Anthony has been bothered by lingering pain in his knees, but he may be back on the court again soon. Anthony left the team on Wednesday to have fluid drained from his right knee in New York. On Friday, he rejoined the squad in Los Angeles and is now listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Clippers, according to Marc Berman of the New York Post.

Head coach Mike Woodson spoke with Anthony after the procedure, and he later laid out a vague plan for how the Knicks will reincorporate the talented scorer into the lineup during a radio interview (via the New York Post):

"I was [worried], but I spoke to him after he got his knee drained and he felt pretty good about it, so I feel good,'' Woodson said. "He's going to be fine once we get him rehabbed and get him back on the floor, I think he is going to be OK.