The Knicks, along with their offensive leader Carmelo Anthony, could use a break. After injuring his right biceps during last night's 92-88 loss to the Raptors, Anthony left open the possibility of sitting out Sunday's All-Star Game. Anthony had a dead arm and the Knicks looked like a dead team. Ugly loss. Ugly game. Ugly night. The Knicks ended the unofficial first half with a thud in a dispiriting loss, allowing Toronto reserve Alan Anderson to light up Broadway for 26 points while Anthony went into the tank. Anthony, heading to Houston for the All-Star Game, shot a dreadful 5-of-24 for 12 points. The Knicks, the oldest team in the league, sputtered into the break at 32-18 and losers of two straight.
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