The New York Knicks seem to have officially moved on from Carmelo Anthony.

Knicks first-year general manager Scott Perry recently addressed the media and talked about the players New York received in the trade that sent Anthony to Oklahoma City, and seemed happy with the return the team got after trading its superstar, per Steve Popper of

“I've been very pleased with the additions of both Enes and McDermott,” Perry said. “I think Enes has come in and he’s quickly becoming a crowd favorite for the people of New York. He brings a toughness, he brings a commitment to team. I think he’s complementing K.P. very well. He’s relentless on the boards, adds a little edge and toughness to our basketball team.”

The Knicks also got a second-round pick from the Chicago Bulls in the trade.

Scott is talking, of course, about Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott, two players who have held their own so far this season as members of the Knicks.

While neither of them are close to the caliber of Anthony, they both have helped the Knicks play decent basketball up to this point of the season.

Hopefully those two players can contribute to the point where people openly wonder which team came out ahead in the Anthony trade.