Carmelo Anthony says he may chip in with Knicks coach Mike Woodson, who made a $25,000 donation Friday to the NBA in care of the Melo Foundation of No Fouls.

In truth, the NBA whacked Woodson $25,000 for complaining about the officiating on his radio show, in which he said Anthony is not getting calls befitting a superstar and he’s “getting hit more than ever.’’ Woodson had spent three straight days defending Anthony’s treatment by the referees.

Anthony is well aware of the coach’s support. They had a long talk at practice Friday.

“I’ll take care of him,’’ Anthony said at the morning shootaround at Verizon Center Saturday before the Knicks faced the Wizards. “I don’t know about $25,000. We got a long year. I’ll take care of Woody.’’
Anthony seemed to appreciate the support from his coach, though was cautious to not wind up with his own fine.

“I’m not touching that topic,’’ Anthony said. “He felt a certain kind of way. He made a statement, got reprimanded for it. We move on.’’

After the Detroit win Tuesday in which Anthony picked up a technical foul, Woodson said in the postgame press conference he saw the replay on an Anthony 3-point play that was waved off and felt it was the wrong call. He repeated it the next day, saying the officials “blew’’ the call. Then he railed on his radio show, at one juncture saying, “I don’t know what’s a foul and what’s not a foul.’’
Woodson was instructed not to further the argument any longer.