Knicks' Robinson denies collision with Lowry was 'dirty' play
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Mitchell Robinson isn't thrilled about Kyle Lowry suggesting that he's a dirty player.

The two became entangled during a play in the third quarter Monday that resulted in the New York Knicks rookie falling on Lowry's lower right leg. Lowry immediately left the game and did not return with what the team referred to as ankle soreness. The Toronto Raptors point guard said postgame that he considered the play by Robinson "a little bit dirty."

Robinson denied that he intended to hurt Lowry and apologized for the accident.

Robinson later had more to say about the incident, tweeting a photo that shows Lowry grabbing onto his arm, apparently just before the two collided.

The Raptors and Knicks square off one final time this season March 28 at Madison Square Garden.

Knicks' Robinson denies collision with Lowry was 'dirty' play
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