Saturday was a big night for Carmelo Anthony and his return to the Garden with the Thunder. And it was just as big for two other guys, Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott, who were traded away from Oklahoma City when Anthony made the move West. “It always feels good to beat whoever’s out there, but It feels obviously more special to play against those guys,” said Kanter, the Knicks center who added another page to his tough-guy image when the Thunder’s Andre Roberson came down on his head and caused some neck pain. “I think I’m good. There was a point I saw two rims, but I think I’m fine,” said Kanter, who has been battling soreness in his hip and his back. But all the pain subsided through the Knicks posting a 111-96 victory, which for them was the storyline that mattered. “For sure. It feels really good,” McDermott said of beating Anthony and the Thunder after he scored 13 points with 5-of-9 shooting — hitting three of the Knicks’ season high 14 3-pointers. “This game was kind of about him and I thought we did a great job of not letting that distract us and focus on winning the game. And it felt great especially being part of the trade with Enes.”