Jim Boeheim and Carmelo Anthony in 2003 "Not on that team," Boeheim said. "He did what he can do. ... "Not on that team," Boeheim said. "He did what he can do. ... New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony led Boeheim’s team to that championship back in 2003, but Carmelo has had a rough go of things in his ten pro seasons following – only twice making it out of the first round of the playoffs. "He threw him the ball and Tyson Chandler went like this," Boeheim told the newspaper as he made a dodging motion in an office chair at the Carmelo K. Anthony Center. "He was wide open. "What was the difference in the series?'' Boeheim said. "Raymond Felton was 0-for-7 . Lance Stephenson had points. Blame Carmelo Anthony all you want for New York’s Game 6 meltdown in Indiana and their somewhat surprising 4-2 loss in the Eastern Conference Semifinals. Carmelo gets turnovers and the announcers aren’t smart enough to even think, ‘Well, the guy should try to catch the ball.’” “Tyson Chandler claims he never gets the ball.