The Knicks' One-Man Play Badly Needs Stagehands

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The Knicks' One-Man Play Badly Needs Stagehands
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It was fair to say that Carmelo Anthony was the best thing the Knicks had going for them Tuesday night as they tried and failed to keep their season from sliding to the Indiana brink. Anthony was good, not great, in the Pacers' 93-82 victory in Game 4 that gave them a 3-1 lead in the Eastern Conference semifinal series. Certainly he was not “great, great, great,” in accordance with the unofficial Tyson Chandler ratings system for unquestioned superstardom and the freedom of shot selection he contended comes along with it.

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