Carmelo Anthony says the Knicks problem is they aren’t sharing the ball

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The New York Knicks were handed their sixth straight loss in a row to the Portland Trailblazers Monday night. Currently the Knicks are 3-10 on the season and Carmelo Anthony has at times expressed worry about the teams mental state. Following Monday’s loss, Melo attributed the Knicks woes to the team not sharing the rock.

Anthony said the Knicks’ problem is sharing the ball.

“When the ball doesn’t move, you can’t get into a rhythm,” he said. “(When the) ball’s not moving around, that makes it tough for the rest of the team to have fun out there. Right now, we’re not having fun.”

… Anthony says his frustration is at an “all-time high.”

That and a trade perhaps.

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