Post-Mike D’Antoni Carmelo Anthony has been the consummate teammate. He’s saying the right things, he’s doing the right things, and most importantly he’s playing like you want your star to play.
And keeping with his new consummate teammate persona, Anthony decided to give his endorsement of Mike Woodson as the Knicks head coach next season in a interview with ESPN’s Hannah Storm.
Count Carmelo Anthony among those who want to see New York Knicks interim head coach Mike Woodson back next year.
“Absolutely,” Anthony told ESPN’s Hannah Storm in an interview for ESPN’s “Face2Face.” “I’m a big supporter of what coach Woodson has done. His approach to the game, and what he gets out of all his players, even me. He holds everybody accountable and that’s what we need.”
All this sounds good, but unfortunately for Carmelo and the Knicks, they are owned by James Dolan. Which means that he will find a way to screw this thing up.
And besides, it’s not like Dolan would ever listen to Carmelo.