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Watch ‘Melo drain threes, drop 42 on Hawks (VIDEO)

Jan 28, 2013, 10:34 AM EDT

Carmelo Anthony was in one of those grooves on Sunday night. The Atlanta Hawks came to Madison Square Garden and they brought with them the aggressive Jeff Teague (we only see him every few games). When he plays their offense opens up and what you saw was the Hawks shoot 60 percent for the game.

It wasn’t enough. Anthony drained nine threes over the course of the game and hit the game-winning three the old-fashioned way, with a drive around Josh Smith where he drew the foul. J.R. Smith and Amar’e Stoudemire had good games as well, but nothing like ‘Melo.

  1. dysraw1 - Jan 28, 2013 at 12:40 PM

    all the games yesterday on tv had kind of a playoff feel to them. wow things don’t get this heavy until the second half. good shooting Melo

  2. badintent - Jan 29, 2013 at 2:12 AM


  3. RyanFeet - Jan 29, 2013 at 7:52 PM

    Melo is fine but the biggest problem I see with the Knicks is at the point guard position. They clearly almost lost again against the Hawks regardless of Melo’s heroics. Felton needs to lose weight and get back in shape! These other young quick point guards eat him up. They can easily put up 30 or more against him. They blow right by him like he is standing still. Felton is getting caught up in the screen way too much. The other guys Kidd and that foreign guy are also too slow. We need to get someone in the point with speed to stay competitive! (get AI) The Knicks also need to toughen up and play defense. C’mon Chandler, get tough! Rebound, its easy , just jump! Also, Steve Novak is a major liability to this team, no defense, too slow, cant get open, only hits shots when he is left wide open. Playoff time he will never get an open shot becuase defenses will wake up and get in his face. Smith , please practice you are like shooting 20% as the second scorer which is D-league.

    • dysraw1 - Jan 31, 2013 at 11:49 AM

      Tyson is having his best season as a pro he could get a few more blocks for my money but other than that hes been the second most valued on the team. as for Novak you are pretty much correct, this is something ive been saying since last season i have never seen a player get so lost inside the 3 point circle in all my days if i was the coach i would make him show me he can do more than shoot 3s. and as for JR. a small slump should be expected

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