The 7-13 start by the Knicks, who've lost nine of 10, has coach Mike D'Antoni on the hot seat. Carmelo Anthony says none of that pressure is coming from the locker room.
Anthony says he and his teammates haven't tuned D'Antoni out, according to Ian Begley of ESPN New York.
"Anytime teams are losing, that's the first thing that comes to mind, the coach. But we don't talk about that," Anthony said. "We support Mike 100%. He's here with us, we're here with him, and we're going to roll with that."
Effective up-tempo offense has long been D'Antoni's calling card, but the team ranked 24th in offensive efficiency entering Monday.
Stephen A. Smith of ESPN.com painted a grim picture of D'Antoni's future in a story earlier on Monday.