The Knicks traded Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, and Timofey Mozgov for Carmelo Anthony. That was their entire starting five, minus Stat. The deal was supposed to couple two stars in the nation's biggest market to revive an organization and a city thirsty for relevancy. To make matters worse, the Knicks signed Melo to a huge extension, paying him $20 million per over the next three seasons (including this one). So far, it has been a failure. Melo and former coach Mike D'Antoni never developed a healthy working relationship, resulting in the latter's departure. Anthony and Stoudemire have yet to gel like their counterparts in Miami and Boston, with the two seemingly stepping on each other's toes on the offensive side of the ball. Carmelo has the lowest career playoff winning percentage in NBA history with at least 50 games played—30% for his career. That's not superstar material if you ask us.