"Absolutely. And I'm not going to shy away from that, either. I think Melo gets hit more than ever," Woodson said.
"I've been at this thing 30 years, and sometimes I'm starting to wonder what's a foul and what's not a foul."
Woodson felt Anthony was fouled on a play in the team's loss to the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday.
"The offense normally has the advantage when you're making plays at the rim," Woodson said. "... Melo draws a lot of contact, but he comes up empty a lot of times as well."THOMSEN: Don't blame Carmelo for Knicks' woes -- he's miscast as the savior