Carmelo Anthony: I Can’t Do this by Myself
In a 117-106 loss to Utah that put the Nuggets on the brink of elimination from the playoffs, Denver looked like the same frustrating franchise it has been for most of Anthony’s career.
If Melo can’t do it, nobody can.
"I’m trying, I’m trying to beat them. I’m trying to do everything I can in my power to beat the Jazz," Anthony said Sunday. "But, at the end of the day, I need some help. I’m not sitting here pointing fingers or nothing. As a unit, we’ve got to do this together. I can’t do this by myself."
The strain of having to do it all for a Nuggets team that doesn’t have the right stuff erupted late in the first half, when Anthony loudly chastised teammate Chris Andersen on the bench for taking an ill-advised outside jump shot that clanked.
"I’m in a battle. I don’t have time to worry about people’s feelings right now," Anthony said. "I’m trying to win."