Toney Douglas was in no mood yesterday to discuss the Giants 24-2 wild-card playoff victory over the Falcons on Sunday. He was at MetLife Stadium to root for his brother Harry, a wide receiver for Atlanta.
“I don’t want to talk about the football game,” Douglas scoffed before the Knicks’ 91-87 victory over the Bobcats last night. “We took an L. We lost.”
It added to what was a “L” of a weekend for Douglas, too. He was 0-for-8 in road games at Washington and Detroit, lost his starting job at point guard to rookie Iman Shumpert and is still having trouble with his surgically repaired shoulder.