New York’s worst nightmare became a reality when the Knicks were officially eliminated from the playoffs.
“The beginning of the season, nobody ever thought we would be in this situation, this position that we’re in right now,” Carmelo Anthony said Sunday.
After missing the playoffs for the first time in his career, Anthony appears further from competing for a championship than ever before.
As a result, the Chicago Bulls have become New York’s top competition for Anthony’s services this summer.
Anthony spoke glowingly of Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau as Frank Isola wrote for the New York Daily News.
Will Anthony leave New York for Chicago?
I joined Chicago’s 670 The Score and host Joe Ostrowski to discuss the chances of Anthony leaving, what will factor into his decision and Phil Jackson believes he’s a fit for his Triangle offense.
Here’s a link below to the podcast in its entirety: