April 30, 2012 12:00 AM
" After a season that saw the Knicks add Tyson Chandler, churn violently through dozens of lineups, deal with injuries to key players, change coaches and move players in and out of the rotation, the Knicks are pretty much back where they were after one playoff game last year.
It's Carmelo Anthony against the world just as it was against the Celtics last year after Amar'e Stoudemire and Chauncey Billups went down with injuries. Melo almost pulled out Game Two, but the Knicks limped off meekly from there and extended their postseason losing streak to 10 games.
The streak stands at 11 right now and it will be an NBA record 14 unless Anthony can lead them to a win that feels unlikely. Anthony will have to score, distribute and defend to help the Knicks make up for the players who are missing (Iman Shumpert, Jeremy Lin) or limited (Chandler, Stoudemire, Jared Jeffries, Baron Davis).
It would be hard to feel good about anything Knicks after Saturday, but it would be slightly easier if Anthony hadn't been as much of a dud as his teammates "
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