The New York Knicks are 27-27. They hold a tenuous one-and-a-half game lead for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Everything about this team screams "inconsistent." They win a few and look like world beaters and then they lose a few and look hopeless.
New starters, new coaches, new role players, through it all the Knicks are still a bit of an enigma. So it should come as no surprise that their designated "superstar" Carmelo Anthony is having a bit of an up-and-down season as well.
He's got the lowest field goal percentage of his career and the lowest three-point success rate as well. His 21 points per game average is also close to a career low.
Barring a great playoff run this will probably go down as a season that Anthony may not look back on with too much fondness. His future is New York may still turn out to be great but this season he's experienced growing pains. He's had some good and some bad games. Here are a few games Melo would probably love to forget.