Tough Break: Carmelo Anthony Feels Some Type Of Way About Being Eliminated From Playoffs And Speaks On His Future
Things are a bit cloudy for New York Knick baller Carmelo Anthony after being eliminated from playoffs recently. It was a undeniably tough season for the NY Knicks, and Melo coming up for free agency season is feeling the sting of disappointment more than ever.
The first time in his 11-year career that he's not progressing to the playoffs, Melo definitely has some decisions to make regarding his future, and if he will be staying on with the Knicks past this season, or moving to another team.
Anthony shares via NYPost
“It’s not even real for me right now,” Anthony said. “We still have two games left, but that hasn’t set in yet. … It’s hard now. It’s hard for me to accept that. It’s hard to kind of be happy in these times. It’s just a hard situation for me right now.”
There’s no first-round draft pick this June and Anthony admitted looking to the 2015 free agent class hardly seems satisfying.
“It’s hard for me to even think about that,” he said. “It’s hard for me to even think past [the current game] at this point. Everything for me is just cloudy. I’ve never been in this situation before.
“I don’t know what to say about this situation. The only thing for me is to stay positive. … There’s going to be a lot of questions that I have, that I’m going to be asking myself: ‘Why this? Why that?’ I’m pretty sure I won’t find no answers anytime soon.”
Tough break Melo, keep you heads up. There's always next season...wherever he decides to go, or stay for that matter.