Daily Debate: Can Amar’e and Carmelo Co-Exist with Knicks?

Amar'e, Tyson, and Carmelo Haven't Provided the Expected Results Thus Far

Amar'e, Tyson, and Carmelo Haven't Provided the Expected Results Thus Far

Since the New York Knicks traded for Carmelo Anthony in February 2011, the team is 20-27, including a 6-9 record, and a 0-4 record in the playoffs. Can Carmelo and Amar’e co-exist? Voice your opinion on the Razz and Jazz Sports Blog Daily Debate.

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4 Responses to Daily Debate: Can Amar’e and Carmelo Co-Exist with Knicks?

  1. brief22 says:

    I think they can. Within the next few years, both Anthony and Stoudamire will realize what their roles are and what they must do to execute them to perfection.

  2. Alton says:

    They can if they understand their roles which must be defined by the coach

  3. Yes. They definitely have what it take but its about them using their unique talents as one instead of as individuals on the court. This is where the coach comes in. Part of his job is to assess each talent on the court and teach them to tie it together for wins. I think they will get it together but I am not sure if it will be with the current coach.

  4. Bobby Charts says:

    The need a Nash type PG and all will be fixed, easier said than done.

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