Starting with Monday’s Martin Luther King Day game against the Nets, the Knicks will have six straight home games against teams under .500.
Carmelo Anthony told ESPN New York that the time is now for the Knicks to make it happen, and to make a move.
“This is our time to make something happen. If there’s any time in the season, this is it,” he said. “This is a very important two weeks for us. We have to take it one game at a time, but overall that’s the mindset we have to have.”
I guess it doesn’t help that even thought he Knicks have six straight at home, they tend to perform better on the road right now.Powered by Sidelines