NEW YORK -- Enes Kanter said he'll be "fine" despite his latest ailment, a neck injury that caused him to see double after Andre Roberson came down on the back of his head and neck while they battled for a rebound Saturday night.
"I think I'm good," Kanter said after the Knicks 111-96 win over Carmelo Anthony and the Thunder. "There was a point I saw two refs but I think I'm fine. I'm not going to talk about it. I'm going to use the neck bracelet. Just get some treatment and get ready for the next game." The Knicks play at Charlotte on Monday.
During the third quarter, Roberson hit Kanter in the back of the head and neck while battling for a rebound, and Kanter briefly looked dazed in the huddle afterward.
"I saw the doctor after the game to get treatment and he gave me an Advil to take," Kanter said.
Kyle O'Quinn replaced Kanter at the 3:26 mark, and Kanter did not return.
This is the latest injury for Kanter, who is averaging 13.3 points and 10.1 rebounds on the season. Last Sunday, he arrived at Madison Square Garden on crutches because of a hip injury he sustained after getting kneed in that area a day before in the loss to Chicago.
Still, he plans to play on Monday.
"No, I'll play through," he said. "No matter what, I'm going. We are fighting for playoffs. No matter what, I'll fight through. If it's not broken, I'm going."
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