Walsh Willing To Take Blame For New York's Inconsistent Start With Carmelo
In an attempt to take pressure off Mike D'Antoni, Donnie Walsh said New York's inconsistent start since the Carmelo Anthony trade are his fault because he broke up a team in midseason and the dividends may not pay off right away.
"I take more responsibility than the players or the coaches because I made a monumental trade in the middle of the season, and it appears to me they're having a hard time getting together, which is understandable," Walsh said.
"In the long run, this trade will make us a better franchise."
Walsh's remarks last night echoed Anthony's comments Sunday that the club may not get on the same page until next season.