New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony will have his sore left shoulder examined by team doctors, the New York Daily News reported Monday.
The team is hoping that the injury is not serious and will not need surgery.
Anthony played much of the postseason in pain and it got worse during Game 5 of the first-round series against the Boston Celtics when Kevin Garnett pulled on his arm while setting a screen.
Anthony also had fluid drained from his right knee in March but will not require surgery.
Anthony shot 43.3 percent in the playoffs.
---The Toronto Raptors are moving executive Bryan Colangelo out of basketball operations and into a corporate position with the team.
Yahoo! Sports reported that the Raptors are making the move because they are interested in hiring Denver Nuggets general manager Masai Ujiri to take over their front office.
---The Charlotte Bobcats have scheduled a press conference for Tuesday, and they are expected to announce that the team will change its name to the Hornets, SportsBusiness Daily reported Monday.
The team will be known as the Hornets beginning in the 2014-2015 season, according to the report. The Hornets name became available after Saints owner Tom Benson bought the New Orleans Hornets in 2012 and this year changed the team's name to the Pelicans.
---Boston Celtics guard Terrence Williams was arrested Sunday for making threats with a gun, the Seattle Times reported.
The incident occurred during an argument involving Williams and a woman at a parking lot in Kent, Wash., at 1:55 p.m. on Sunday. The woman told police she is the mother of Williams' 10-year-old son, with whom he had a scheduled visit.
---The NBA will hold its draft lottery on Tuesday, although there is no certain No. 1 overall pick.
"I think when you look at this year's draft and you've got guys like (Indiana's Cody) Zeller and (Duke's Mason) Plumlee, (Kansas' Ben) McLemore, you have players that can absolutely play immediately," NBA scouting director Ryan Blake said this week. "What I think fans and media and even GMs, they want to pick that guy that is going to be your star franchise player, but if you look at what you're getting, you can get really good players that can be playing in the league a long time."