With the Knicks’ tough loss last night in overtime against the Indiana Pacers, Carmelo Anthony is anything but happy right now. Last night’s loss is the team’s sixth straight at home, and the first time it’s happened since Carmelo came to the Big Apple.
He had some words to said after the loss last night, and according to an article on ESPN New York,
“You just feel like you’re stuck in the mud right now,” he said. “But we’ll get out of it.”
“It’s a challenge. We got to get out of it,” Anthony said. “… When you’re going through times like this it seems like nothing is going your way. It seems like you’re stuck in mud. We got to get out of this right now.”
As mentioned before, the Knicks are on a six game home losing streak, and last night marked the team’s fourth straight loss overall. The currently sit in last place in the Atlantic division with a 3-8 record. However, there is a positive through all of this; even with a 3-8 record, the Knicks are just 1.5 games out of first place.