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Then Carmelo my man, you should stop talking about it.
Carmelo Anthony was again asked on Monday about thoughts in regards to his future with the New York Knicks amid their lousy start to this season.
Carmelo Anthony said "no one should worry about me" when asked what he's thinking about his future in New York with the Knicks struggling.
— Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) November 18, 2013
Anthony can become a free agent at the end of the season, and regardless of what the Knicks do this season, he’s going to enjoy being courted by other teams.
Stop asking him.
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It didn't take long after fans booed the New York Knicks' fifth straight loss at Madison Square Garden, that a disgusted Carmelo Anthony said it looked as if the team wasn't even trying during a lopsided 110-90 loss to the Atlanta Hawks."We ain't playing worth a s--- right now," Anthony said. "We got to play harder. "I am disappointed too in all...
Carmelo has questioned the Knicks effort all season, but the message doesn’t seem to be getting through. The Knicks lost at home again, this time to the Hawks by 20 points and Melo went off.
“We ain’t playing worth a s— right now,” Anthony said. “We got to play harder.
“I am disappointed too in all of our effort. We are just not getting it done. It ain’t nothing that...
Just one season removed from a 54-win season, the New York Knicks are not any good.
The problems go deeper than their 3-6 record, their third-to-last defensive efficiency or their current five-game home losing streak. The Knicks’ confidence has been shaken, and they are battling to get it back.
“Last year, we went through [a rough stretch] during the middle of the season, but...
Carmelo Anthony expressed his frustration as the New York Knicks lost 110-90 to the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday, which was their fifth straight loss at Madison Square Garden.
"We ain't playing worth a s--- right now," Anthony said. "We got to play harder.
"I am disappointed too in all of our effort. We are just not getting it done. It ain't nothing that...
By Stephanie S
Carmelo Anthony is without a doubt the top player on the Knicks. Every team has a superstar: Melo is that guy. Being a 6-time All Star and a 3-time Olympic medalist, it seems inevitable that he would be a leader on the court as well as off; a versatile player who is good on either side of the ball and can pick up a team when they’re down. To be such a catalyst requires...
After the final buzzer and the boos died down, Carmelo Anthony stood alone quietly for a long moment by the Knicks bench, soaking in the harsh reality Saturday night.
The Knicks had just lost their fifth straight game at the Garden — a disastrous 110-90 clunker to the Hawks.
Anthony was not quiet in the locker room, making alarmist remarks after the club fell to 3-6, allowing...
JR Smith took time out from shooting terribly to post this on his Instagram page.
I am going to assume this is after Syracuse won the National Championship.
Carmelo Anthony was asked on Monday about what he's thinking in regards to his future with the New York Knicks amid their frustrating start to the 13-14 season.
"No one should worry about me," said Anthony.
Anthony can become a free agent this offseason.
The New York Knicks are 3-6 on the season, and things aren’t looking good for the boys who play in the world’s greatest arena, Madison Square Garden. Here are some words from their fearless leader, Carmelo Anthony on their current struggles: We’re not getting it done from an effort standpoint. It’s like we’re not even […]The post Starting Lineups: The New York Knicks...
Is Amar’e Stoudemire still standing on the court in Detroit, staring at the rim? Oh, he’s ok? He got on the plane back to New York with the rest of the Knicks? Phew. Now that we have that cleared up, on to last night’s mess:
- Isn’t it amazing that in the tenth game of the season, the Knicks fanbase is yelling about a play where Carmelo Anthony didn’t pass to Andrea Bargnani...
The Atlanta Hawks beat the New York Knicks by a final score of 110-90 at Madison Square Garden.
The game was relatively close until the fourth quarter, but the Knicks continued to let the Hawks penetrate the lane for easy finishes at the basket. When they weren’t finishing at the rim, the Hawks jump shooters frequently found themselves open thanks in part to the Knicks lack...
The New York Knicks “Kid Reporters,” Ryan and Jaylah, caught up with the team during media day to discuss a hot topic in the off-court conversation: fashion. The Knicks typically rank among the NBA’s most stylish squads, with sartorial stars like Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler and Amar’e Stoudemire. Though team members have received praise for their fashion statements outside...
It was more of the same at the Garden Saturday night, which means it wasn’t very good viewing. For the fifth straight game, the Knicks were losers on their home court with no signs of things getting better anytime soon.
Every time the Knicks take the floor these days, major issues are evident. Their defense is nowhere as consistent as it needs to be, the effort is lukewarm and...
By Kenneth Teape
New York Knicks vs. Detroit Pistons
Post Game Recap
It was an ugly performance Tuesday night for the Knicks as they were defeated by the Pistons in Detroit by a score of 92-86; it was only the second loss in the last 13 games against the Pistons. The Knicks struggled in virtually every facet of the game tonight and things only got worse as the game wore on. With...