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This is insulting and just plain as rude.

Carmelo Anthony took the high road in response to former NBA coach George Karl’s criticism of him during their time together with the Denver Nuggets.

“I just hope that he finds happiness in what he’s doing. His book, hopefully, will bring him happiness,” Anthony said Thursday night, adding that he isn’t disappointed by Karl’s remarks.

“I’m past being disappointed,” he said.

Mostly, Anthony said he was pleased that former Nuggets teammates J.R. Smith and Kenyon Martin defended him in the wake of Karl’s assertions in his book, “Furious George,” that Anthony is selfish and a “user” and that he played with a lack of commitment on defense.

“It’s irrelevant to me. It’s irrelevant at this point,” Anthony said. “The truth of the matter is everybody else is kind of speaking up for me from their own experience. So I really don’t have to speak on it.”

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