The entire crowd at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night was expecting another record-breaking performance, but all Carmelo Anthony had on his mind was getting a win against the Lakers, and Mike D'Antoni.
Just two days removed from his 62-point outburst against the Bobcats, Anthony didn't even match his halftime total from Friday, but did finish with 35 points and the win, 110-103. After the game
Anthony said his focus was getting his teammates involved.
''I don't think they just wanted to watch me out there playing offensively,'' Anthony said. ''They wanted to be a part of it and they did.''
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