Up is down. Down is up in the Knicks’ shattering world.

After the Knicks suffered their season-high fourth straight loss last night in Toronto, coach Mike Woodson took Carmelo Anthony to task for not being aggressive enough offensively in the final minute as he was outdueled by Rudy Gay.

Woodson’s critique of Anthony was a first, as is the Knicks’ losing streak that reached four games after they folded in the final two minutes and dropped a 100-98 heartbreaker to the upstart Raptors at Air Canada Centre.

The Knicks’ crisis deepened in the Great White North as they fell to third place in the Eastern Conference — one-half game behind Indiana. It’s the lowest they have ranked in the standings this season. They are one game below .500 since mid-December after starting 18-5.

Amar’e Stoudemire took the team to task for not having enough urgency. Anthony, meanwhile, admitted his late-game error passing up a golden opportunity to drive the ball by throwing a cross-court pass to an open Raymond Felton, who bricked a key 3-pointer with the game tied with 52 seconds left. Anthony finished with 32 points, but was 1-of-8 on 3-pointers and shot 3-of-8 in the fourth.

“I thought our shot selection was awful [late],’’ Woodson said. “Sometimes the 3s look good, but we had an opportunity to drive the ball, get smashed and go to the line and make free throws. Going back at the tape, the last two minutes, we had opportunities to take the ball to the rim. We settled. They made the plays down the stretch and we didn’t.’’