*According to the NY Post, Carmelo Anthony says it is time for him and Amar’e Stoudemire to have a heart-to-heart.
The superstar tandem have been a staggering wreck. If not fixed soon, the Knicks’ season — and coach Mike D’Antoni’s job — will be on the line.
“We as a team need to do a better job getting Amar’e the ball,’’ Anthony admitted. “I have the ball in my hands. Maybe it’s on me. Maybe I have to give him the ball a little more, help him out with that. We’ll talk probably [today] and try to figure it out together. If I’m doing too much, I want him to tell me. I want the guys on the team to tell me if I’m doing too much.’’
Anthony was booed after the Knicks’ sixth straight loss Saturday night, a double-overtime defeat to the Nuggets, his former team.
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