Blowout win vs. Nets doesn't mean Anthony, Knicks' problems are fixed

Friday December 6th, 2013
Carmelo Anthony (7) and the Knicks looked like the team they expected to be in blowout win vs. Nets.
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Anthony walked off the floor with a smile Thursday, the remnants of a sold out crowd of 17,732 in Brooklyn cheering him along the way. It was one last insult to a troubled Nets team, and Anthony savored every second. These are the type of wins he hoped to rack up in New York, the type of success he dreamed would be steady. Nearly three years after slipping on a Knicks jersey, Anthony and the team have reached a crossroads. It may be best for both to move on.

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