If Melo's smart, he's leaving New York

The Knicks proved Monday they're a broken team; Anthony's better off elsewhere

Updated: January 21, 2014, 1:03 PM ET
By Ian O'Connor | ESPNNewYork.com

NEW YORK -- As much as the New York Knicks embarrassed themselves during Monday's game with the Brooklyn Nets, they felt compelled to embarrass themselves after the final horn, too. As the two teams passed each other on the way off the court, some vanquished Knicks did the strangest thing:

They enthusiastically and playfully hugged the coach who had just scripted their 23-point demise. The same coach who Tyson Chandler would say "outschemed" Mike Woodson.

Yes, Jason Kidd was ...

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