New York Knicks legend and MSG broadcaster, Bernard King, who also happens to be one of Carmelo Anthony’s favorite Knicks, took to Twitter following New York’s Game 1 loss against the Pacers Sunday to criticize Anthony and encourage him to move the ball and get his teammates involved more
“The Knicks MUST move the ball more and take the open shots – must stop heaving up bad shots because the shot clock is running out.”
“If Carmelo’s shoulder is hurting that bad – work the paint – drive and dish – become a facilitator – it’s a TEAM game.”
The constructive criticism didn’t sit well with the Knicks who made it their mission to make it disappear. The Hall-of-Famer’s Twitter account was deleted and the Knicks released a statement claiming a friend of King’s tweeted the comments and therefore did not reflect the beliefs of King himself.
The Twitter account for King (@30BernardKing), who does some broadcasting work for both MSG Network and NBA TV, was shut down shortly after the dis