OAKLAND, Calif. – Since Carmelo Anthony was traded to the New York Knicks on Feb. 22, 2011, the franchise has been a revolving door of players and has had four different head coaches and a major front-office shakeup. There also hasn’t been much postseason momentum, and the team is on the verge of missing the playoffs for the third straight year.
So how much patience does Anthony have as the prime of his career begins to dwindle away? The All-Star forward answered that question and covered a variety of subjects, including Knicks president and Hall of Famer Phil Jackson, in an interview Wednesday with Yahoo Sports.
Q: You turn 32 years old on May 29. With your age, at this stage of your NBA career, what comes to mind about the state of your career?
Anthony: “I don’t want to say a sense of urgency. I think it’s more of stability, consistency. I got to find something that I can be comfortable with and still enjoy it at the same time, still have fun at the same time.”
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