Brent Barry, TNT’s analyst for Thursday’s Bulls-Knicks game, views Phil Jackson’s latest experiment a lost cause and advocates Carmelo Anthony waive his no-trade clause to join a winner.

In a scathing review of the 17-21 Knicks, Barry also trashed starting center Joakim Noah, who will face his former team Thursday. Barry said he believes Noah no longer is in the right offensive system to hide his flaws nor has the lateral quickness to be the defender he once was.

Barry, making his comments hours before Derrick Rose failed to show up for Monday’s blowout loss to New Orleans, contended he never saw Jackson’s summer moves amounting to much, calling the mix of players “a weird recipe of player talent trying to mesh together.’’

Now that talent is in dysfunction following Rose’s decision not to tell the Knicks he was leaving to be with his mother in Chicago. Anthony picked up his third ejection of the season — plainly frustrated at the state of Jackson’s mess with the club in a 1-8 free fall.

Hence, Barry, who will work Thursday’s game with Marv Albert, said he believes Anthony should search for an escape hatch and exit a club he called “a ’64 Volkswagen, it just keeps sputtering along.”

“It’s his sixth season in New York and last summer’s idea to appease not being in a rebuild but resurrecting Noah and Rose and putting more talent around Melo in order to be competitive, that hasn’t played out,’’ Barry told The Post. “What is the most important thing to you as a player? You don’t have to prove anything more as a player — you’ve shown how great a scorer you are, how capable you are of being a pro and playing through injuries, dealing with scrutiny and handling it incredibly well. At what point do you really want to win? That bumps up to his argument of wanting to win in New York but that might not be the reality of your situation.

“If you would waive the no trade and make yourself available, you could go somewhere and impact how the last few years of your career goes in terms of winning basketball.”

A two-time NBA champion with the Spurs, Barry said he never understood the Noah signing for four years, $72 million.

“I was a little bit shocked,’’ Barry said. “Who else was bidding for Noah’s services? Maybe Washington. It was an interesting gamble in the sense the last couple of years he had not been healthy.”