The Washington Post

So. Many. Steps.

They are loving the Latvian rookie, especially after his 29-point outburst against the Hornets at Madison Square Garden.

Apparently, Anthony is still 'elite' enough to get the Brandon Armstrong treatment.

Well, he's not busy with the NBA playoffs, so why not?

The oft-injured power forward rarely lived up to his five-year, $100 million contract in New York.

Oh, and the interviewer was in there, as well.

The Knicks owner also suggested that the fan, who had complained about his ownership, was an alcoholic.

The team continues its nightmarish season on national TV.

There are differing accounts about the behavior of "Jeffrey Gamblero," but there's no doubt that it was an ugly scene.

What, you want to read about the game?

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