Neither do we.
The NBA's trade deadline has come and gone and the New York Knicks, now 23-35 after last night's loss, didn't make any moves. There were rumors yesterday about a potential Derrick Rose for Ricky Rubio deal but nothing ever came of it.
Carmelo Anthony, who has been the focus of constant trade rumors this season, was asked yesterday if he understands management's vision for the future after they failed to make any moves at the deadline.
According to ESPN's Ian Begley, Melo said,
"No, not now. No, to be honest with you," Anthony said late Thursday night. "I think they were kind of planning on the trade deadline, whether they were trying to make moves. I think that was one plan. Now they've got to get back to the drawing board and come up with another plan about the future of this team."
Carmelo reportedly had "no reaction" to the Knicks' inactivity at the deadline, but noted the frustration that comes along with not knowing what the organization has planned.
"Yeah, I mean, nobody likes to be in limbo," Anthony said. "We all want to know kind of what's going on, especially when it's involving you. But that's not the way it is in sports. I don't think I'm the only one that's going through that or feeling that way. I think there's other players who feel the same way, that they want to be involved -- not involved, but at least up to date with what's going on. I feel like I'm kind of up to date as far as when it comes to me what's going on."