Carmelo Anthony Comments on Team’s Struggles During Knicks Tenure

February 23rd, 2016 by Mike Chiari Leave a reply »

Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks are trending heavily toward another season with no playoffs, and the superstar forward admitted Monday night that losing is taking a toll on him.  

Following a 122-95 loss to the Toronto Raptors, Melo discussed the difficulty of existing in a losing environment, per's Ohm Youngmisuk: "It's been tough. It's challenging. It's challenging to kind of stay strong and positive through all this."

The 24-34 Knicks haven't made the postseason since 2012-13, and they have just three playoff appearances in parts of six seasons since Anthony joined the team in a trade from the Denver Nuggets.

Per Youngmisuk, the 31-year-old veteran also addressed the lack of continuity that has plagued the organization during his time with the team: "You can't control that. When you look at it, how many different coaches? Four different coaches. [A lot of] different players. I mean, that's a lot to go through."

In addition to interim head coach Kurt Rambis and the recently fired Derek Fisher, Anthony has also played under Mike D'Antoni and Mike Woodson in the Big ...

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