Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim, who coached Carmelo Anthony for one year with the Orange, reiterated on Wednesday that he believed Anthony should have signed with the Chicago Bulls over re-signing with the New York Knicks, according to reports.
"Everybody knew that [the Bulls offer a better situation]. Me saying that, everybody gets mad at me. But it's the truth," Boeheim said at Team USA minicamp in Las Vegas. "The New York Knicks owner should say that, if he was being truthful.
"But I think [Chicago] was a better situation to win. But he loves New York. I see that. I'm fine with that. There's always hope they'd turn it around. But I know some college teams that have been in last place for 30 years. Every year they hope that they're not going to be in last place."
Anthony re-signed with the Knicks last summer for $124 million after meeting with several teams, including the Bulls, during his free agency tour.