If you play basketball and your name is 'Melo', then you're probably having a bad week. The New York Knicks have lost six-straight games after playing pretty well when Carmelo Anthony was injured. Now he's back and the Knicks look like they have some big time chemistry issues to deal with. Anthony could barely get a touch late in the 4th quarter in the 104-99 loss to the Chicago Bulls March 12th, though he did manage to put up a team-high 21 shots, connecting on only eight of them . . . Fab Melo might've ended any shot Syracuse had to win its first National Championship since 2003, when Carmelo Anthony himself played there. The sophomore center from Brazil has been ruled out for the entire NCAA Tournament for academic reasons. Melo sat out three games earlier this season for not hitting the books hard enough and the Orange lost their only game of the regular season during that stretch (they were 30-1 entering the Big East Tournament). Now Syracuse enters the Big Dance without Melo's 2.93 blocks per game, and removes another big man from team that already struggles on the defensive boards.