Monday's Knicks Links: What's up with Langston Galloway?

It’s recurring nightmare for Knicks without Carmelo Anthony: Minus Carmelo Anthony, who was suffering with migraines for a second consecutive night, the New York Knicks lost 88-80 on Sunday to sad-sack Sacramento to continue their post-All-Star game tailspin. -- New York Post

Is Langston Galloway slumping or badly exposed?: Life for Langston Galloway hasn’t been too sweet lately. After playing his way up through the D-League to the Knicks last year and becoming a key contributor this season, the second-year pro’s game has fallen off. -- New York Post

Rondo entices plunging Knicks: Where I sign will be ‘last stop’: The Knicks’ consistently disjointed and misfiring offense was just a reminder of how much they desperately need a point guard. So was facing the Kings’ Rajon Rondo, who may be sagely putting himself right back to the top of their summer shopping list. -- New York Post

Without Carmelo Anthony, ‘sluggish’ Knicks beaten by Kings: The Knicks’ medical staff put Carmelo Anthony in a dark room in an attempt to make his migraine feel better, but he left Madison Square Garden about an hour before tipoff Sunday night. And by the end of the game, there was plenty of pain to go around for the Knicks. -- Newsday

Carmelo Anthony sits with migraine as Knicks fall to Kings, 88-80: The Knicks got a taste of life without Carmelo Anthony. It was dreary and sloppy and ugly and the Knicks lost yet again, 88-80, to the sad-sack Kings at the Garden on Sunday night. -- New York Daily News

State of Knicks offer no remedy for Carmelo Anthony's migraine: Carmelo Anthony made the long, slow walk from the locker room to the loading dock earlier than usual on Sunday, his work day cut short one hour before tip-off due to a migraine headache. -- New York Daily News

Rajon Rondo on Derek Fisher criticism: ‘He might’ve blacked out.': Rajon Rondo just gave Derek Fisher a history lesson. The Sacramento Kings point guard, who played against the Knicks on Sunday night, responded to Fisher’s comment from February, when the ex-Knicks coach said Rondo couldn’t talk about playing in the triangle offense because he hadn’t had a lot of success playing against it. -- New York Daily News

Cleanthony Early returns to Knicks’ active roster since being shot on Dec. 30: Given the context of a bullet getting blown through his knee, Cleanthony Early's return to the NBA wasn't the typical comeback. Good fortune served as the backdrop. Early was among the 12 active players on the Knicks roster against the Kings on Sunday, representing his first availability for an NBA game since he was shot during a robbery outside of a Queens strip club on Dec. 30. --New York Daily News

Tired and Depleted, Knicks Stumble to Defeat: A game between two of the worst teams in the N.B.A. unfolded appropriately enough on Sunday evening. There was sloppy passing, crooked shooting, ham-handed dribbling, questionable decision-making and, over all, a general air of indifference. -- The New York Times