By Fred Kerber
In 17 days as Knicks president, Phil Jackson has seen the best of times, he has seen the worst of times.
And he has seen a lot to like in Carmelo Anthony.
Among other positive developments, the 13-time NBA champion – a record 11 times as a coach, twice as a player — has seen Anthony flash parts of his game that certify the All-Star forward as among the true elite.
“Carmelo’s really stepped into another level of trying to help players,” said Jackson, who referred to a critical assist Anthony made during the victory at Sacramento. “That’s one of the things we see that Carmelo can do and that he’s grown as he’s gone along.”
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