The Knicks could use the break — the All-Star break. Even Carmelo Anthony may decide to take a break, too.

After injuring his right biceps during last night’s 92-88 loss to the Raptors, Anthony left open the possibility of sitting out Sunday’s All-Star Game. Anthony had a dead arm and the Knicks looked like a dead team.

Ugly loss. Ugly game. Ugly night.

The Knicks ended the unofficial first half with a thud in a dispiriting loss, allowing Toronto reserve Alan Anderson to light up Broadway for 26 points while Anthony went into the tank.

Anthony, heading to Houston for the All-Star Game, shot a dreadful 5-of-24 for 12 points. The Knicks, the oldest team in the league, sputtered into the break at 32-18 and losers of two straight.

A frustrated Anthony also picked up a technical foul as the Knicks shot 35.4 percent and looked out of sync all evening, not responding to Sunday’s statement loss to the Clippers.

Anthony said he suffered a “contusion’’ of his biceps after getting elbowed on a drive by Demar DeRozan in the first quarter.

“It was something like a dead arm out there,’’ Anthony said. “I tried to get through it and get some feeling back. Throughout the whole game, it was bothering me.’’

When asked if he definitely would play Sunday as the starting forward for the East, Anthony said, “I’ll see and take it day by day. I’m not going to force it. As bad as you want to play the All-Star Game, if I can’t go, I can’t go.’’

Certainly, with three days off, Anthony has a great chance of making a recovery. But will the Knicks recover?