Chicago Sun-Times

Thibs unhappy with Carmelo's threes

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NEW YORK --- Carmelo Anthony buried a three-pointer to tie the game in regulation and another to win Sunday's game in overtime.

"You can't be giving up that shot," Thibodeau grumbled. "It's the only thing that gets you in trouble is the three. You don't give it up. You make them drive. You make them take the two."

The three that tied the game was a 27-footer.

"I don't even know how far he shot it from," said Luol Deng, who was guarding Anthony on the play. "He made some tough shots throughout the whole game. I knew he was looking for the shot. Just because it was two steps behind the three[-point line], I was back but I should've been up on him."

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