Found March 29, 2013 on Beyond The Buzzer:
Syracuse alumni, Carmelo Anthony, had Knicks coach and University of Indiana graduate, Mike Woodson carry an orange around throughout Friday’s shootaround.  Melo won a bet between himself and Woodson that his Orangemen would beat Indiana in Thursday night’s Sweet 16 match. photo via Knicks PR
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