Even in Baltimore, Anthony could not escape questions about his future with the Knicks. Though he averaged more than 20 points per game for the 14th straight season, he endured one of his most difficult years in 2016-17. At 31-51, the Knicks never sniffed playoff contention, and their front office became the laughingstock of the NBA. Fans lashed out at Anthony, saying the franchise needed to move on from him and bemoaning the no-trade clause that perhaps prevented team president Phil Jackson — since fired — from dealing the superstar forward. Anthony's separation from his wife of seven years, La La, also became tabloid fodder, though the couple has remained married.