The Knicks have relied on Carmelo Anthony to close out games.
In a two-point win against Boston on Christmas Day and a three-point win against Washington on Friday, Anthony scored 17 points and 10 points in the final period, respectively.
Through seven games, Anthony’s the league's best fourth-quarter player, averaging 10.1 points, while shooting 54.5 percent from the field, 58.3 percent from three (7-for-12) and 84.2 percent from the foul line. (Oklahoma City's Kevin Durant and Milwaukee's Brandon Jennings are tied for second at 7.7 points.)
Last year it was Amar'e.
This year it's Melo.
I shall monotonously reiterate:
Can we please run some plays for these offensive juggernauts!?
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