With the Knicks recently ousted from the playoffs, Carmelo Anthony’s former coach Jim Boeheim thinks it has nothing to do with him…but everything to do with his teammates.
“He did what he can do,” Boeheim told the Syracuse Post-Standard. “He played very well the final game. Everybody’s killing him, but Tyson Chandler just didn’t try to catch the ball.
“He threw him the ball and Tyson Chandler went like this,” Boeheim said while making a dodging motion. “He was wide open. He should have been looking for the ball right here. Kenyon Martin should have been looking for the ball.
However, Boeheim really feels the main issue is with Chandler.
“Tyson Chandler claims he never gets the ball. He doesn’t try to get the ball,” Boeheim said.