Phil: Are you in Isiah Thomas’s employ? Or are you suggesting that the only way LeBron can stop Carmelo is to have Carmelo suspended for 15 games? Last summer, Carmelo, LeBron, and Dwayne emerged as the triumvirate of American basketball — and they all got along spendidly. In that setup, to no one’s surprise, Carmelo was without question the best scorer, with LeBron reduced to playmaker. Carmelo would have been fine had he not had to play the other night in the fabled Garden in the media capital of the universe — against a rotten and thus badly embittered team, which if it existed in Europe would have been demoted to a third-tier league. The entire city of New York owes Carmelo an apology.
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