Knicks star?Carmelo Anthony said Saturday that he didnt think he deserved to be thrown out of Fridays game against the Celtics and hinted that a previous history with the referee who ejected him may have played a role in his dismissal.I always feel its something. Every time we ... I dont want to say its personal, but I always feel like its something, Anthony said of referee Tony Brothers, who ejected him on Friday.Anthony, speaking to reporters in Toronto before Knicks 118-107 loss, added: I didnt think [Friday] night it called for a tech or an ejection at that point of time. I really dont know what to say about the situation.Anthonys wife, La La Anthony, tweeted on Friday night that Brothers hates Anthony and has a personal issue with the Knicks star.Brothers told a pool reporter in Boston that he had no history with Anthony, a 13-year veteran. La La Anthony, however, reiterated on Twitter that Brothers has a personal issue with Anthony after Brothers denial.Carmelo Anthony was tossed with 4 minutes, 44 seconds left in the second quarter after consecutive technical fouls issued by Brothers.Anthony received the first technical when he said something to Brothers after a loose ball foul call. Brothers walked away, but Anthony trailed behind and kept talking. He was then hit with the second technical.Brothers later told a pool reporter that he whistled Anthony for the technical due to bad language.One, I dont feel I said anything on getting a tech -- and two -- getting ejected, Anthony said.He added: Theres nothing for me to say to him. It aint personal with me from my end. I dont have anything to say to him. Hes a ref. I play. Ill keep my mouth shut next time.Anthony reportedly argued with Brothers during the Knicks road loss to Detroit earlier this season. 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