Spike certain Carmelo will join Knicks

If God Is Willing and da Creek Don’t Rise.

Knicks season-ticket holder Spike Lee, from his seat on celebrity row last night, acknowledged his friendship with fellow Brooklynite Carmelo Anthony and delivered his wish for the coming year.

“I have just one sentence for you,” Lee told The Post before the Knicks’ 100-95 loss to the Trail Blazers in their home opener. “Carmelo Anthony will be with the Knicks if God is willing and the creek don’t rise.”

An old saying meaning a goal will be achieved as outside forces do not wreak havoc, “If God Is Willing and da Creek Don’t Rise” is also the title of Lee’s latest documentary on the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.