Carmelo Anthony Comments on Recent Performance, Knicks’ Struggles

December 8th, 2015 by Scott Polacek Leave a reply »
Kristaps Porzingis highlight reels or not, the New York Knicks are struggling—and their true superstar is unhappy about it.

Carmelo Anthony and his Knicks are 10-12 on the season and were staring up at 11 teams in the Eastern Conference standings as of Tuesday. While being two games under .500 is a plus compared to last year’s 17-65 campaign, when Anthony only played 40 games because of injuries, the forward commented on the losing, per Al Iannazzone of Newsday:

Losing is frustrating. I don’t want this to be an ongoing situation or an ongoing feeling where we have to come into the locker room and explain why we’re losing basketball games. Things that happened on the court, I probably thought should’ve went my way. That can be frustrating at times. It seems like it’s just starting to become repetitive now.

New York has lost six of its last eight games, and Anthony is shooting an abysmal 36.6 percent from the field in his last five outings. His comments come on the heels of a 6-of-18 performance during Monday’s loss to the Dallas Mavericks at Madison Square Garden.       

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