Carmelo Anthony finally snapped out of his shooting "slump" with a 32-point, 13-of-26 performance during the Knicks' 105-79 Game 2 beatdown of the Indiana Pacers.
"Slump" might not be the best word with which to describe 'Melo's woes, though. Anthony's sore shoulder probably played a part in his missing 75-of-110 shots between Game 4 against the Boston Celtics and Game 1 opposite the Pacers.nike 2012 jerseys, Nike nfl jerseys cheap
The Knicks' iso-heavy recidivism couldn't have helped his accuracy much, either. So much of 'Melo's success during his scoring-title campaign came from his work off the ball and the improved quality of the shots with which he wound up.
If New York is to regain control of this series, the team must make a concerted effort to diversify its offense, particularly via the pick-and-roll and passing around the perimeter—if for no other reason than to ease the burden on Anthony to dominate possession every time down the floor.