Carmelo Anthony: We’re beating ourselves
The New York Knicks found themselves in yet another close game with numerous opportunities to take the win.
And yet again, the Knicks squandered those precious opportunities. This time, they missed seven of eight shots in overtime to drop a 95-90 loss to the Toronto Raptors.
“All of these opportunities we’re missing, we’re letting slip out of our hands,” Anthony said. “It’s right there. I really don’t think Toronto did anything special tonight. I think it was more on us and what we didn’t do rather than what they did.”
“It’s been happening, these close games that we’re losing,” Anthony added. “The teams are not beating us. We’re kind of beating ourselves.”
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