Carmelo Anthony wasted little time letting his frustration be known after the New York Knicks' 102-96 loss to the Boston Celtics on Monday night. In fact, Anthony apparently was so worked up over his team's sixth defeat in 11 games that he wanted to let his Atlantic Division rivals know first-hand.
Following his 6-of-26 shooting performance, one of the worst of his career, the Knicks star was reportedly involved in an exchange outside the visitors locker room at Madison Square Garden, possibly with Celtics forward Kevin Garnett, with whom he had several dust-ups during the hotly contested game -- one resulting in double-technical fouls for the two All-Stars.
After the game, no one in either locker room would confirm the report, though the players wouldn't necessarily deny it either. Conveniently, everyone was clueless as to what had or hadn't gone on. But every indication -- the coy smiles, the careful, overwrought language -- said that something had gone down.
What? We may never...