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New York Knicks: Carmelo Anthony viciously crosses Thaddeus Young (Video)

New York Knicks stud Carmelo Anthony decided to crossover Indiana Pacers swingman Thaddeus Young to oblivion on Tuesday night.

OK, Melo. This is definitely a way to spark your squad. 

With the New York Knicks down double-digits and looking dead in the water — according to Wally Szczerbiak of MSG Networks during of the infamous Chase timeouts — Carmelo Anthony did his best to spark a comeback.

He took a pass from point guard Derrick Rose at the top of the key and proceeded to abuse ex-Net Thaddeus Young (video above).

A quick little dribble right and cross left forced Young to fall hard as Melo hit the 17-foot elbowish bucket.

In 32 minutes, Anthony has poured in 29 points on 11-22 from the floor including a late third quarter 3-pointer that put New York within three points of the visiting Indiana Pacers.

Right now the Pacers hold a five-point lead with 8:04 remaining in the fourth quarter.

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