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Carmelo Anthony made his sixth NBA All-Star Game, but the Knicks forward won't be making any Best Dressed lists in this getup.Maybe a soccer list.A first look at @carmeloanthony in his NOLA #NBAAllStar jersey! #7for7 pic.twitter.com/oeG2OscE8A— NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) January 24, 2014
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The New York Knicks are back to being terrible. There was a brief glimmer of hope when they won six out of seven games to begin the month of January, but a loss to the lowly Philadelphia 76ers at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night was New York’s fifth straight. During the game, Carmelo Anthony […]
The Chicago Bulls are reportedly a more likely destination than the LA Lakers for Carmelo Anthony in free agency this offseason should he leave New York. Melo was reported to have Lakers, Clippers and Bulls on his “short list” of possible destinations.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports:
Within the past several weeks, a longtime confidant of Carmelo Anthony confesses...
Carmelo Anthony shot his way past Kobe Bryant, Bernard King and Kevin Durant, and he pulled off one more impressive achievement.
He brought smiles to the New York Knicks in a miserable season.
Anthony scored a career-high 62 points to break the franchise and current Madison Square Garden records, and the Knicks beat the Charlotte Bobcats 125-96 on Friday night to stop a five-game...
In the last decade, the New York Knicks have become a franchise that has been bogged down by a poor coaching staff and an inconsistent roster.
While the acquisition of Carmelo Anthony uplifted this mediocre franchise to reach a few playoff berths, they could never remain successful once they made the post season. Although Anthony’s 62-point explosion in the Knicks most recent...
If you haven’t heard by this point in time, Carmelo Anthony could have faced off with the Charlotte Bobcats by himself last night and would have only lost by 34. That’s because Melo dropped 62 on the Hornetcats, setting a new Knicks franchise and Madison Square Garden single-game record.
Based on the point total and his 23-35 shooting on the...
For all that Carmelo Anthony, Mike Woodson, the Knicks, and their fans have endured together (for better or for worse) this season, everyone deserved some sort of reprieve, regardless of how briefly it lasts.
Because of how poorly the Eastern Conference as a whole has played, the Knicks remain in the playoff hunt, despite the team's own respective continued struggles.
Sunday afternoon will feature two of the most disappointing teams in the NBA as the Los Angeles Lakers will take on the New York Knicks at MSG. All eyes will surely be on Carmelo Anthony coming off of his 62 point game, which was a franchise record for points in a single game help by Bernard King, just two nights ago.
The expectation will be that the Lakers will throw double teams...
Carmelo Anthony arrived at the Garden more subdued than usual, more focused. Teammates were concerned. Nobody realized he was about to have the loudest, most historic night of his career and the most prolific game any Knick or the Garden ever had seen.
One game after it appeared his frustration level had hit a new low, Anthony made Friday a magical, memorable evening by scoring...
Watch Carmelo Anthony drain a halfcourt buzzer beater at the end of the second quarter to cap off a 37-point (15-26 FGM-A) half against the Bobcats Friday.
The post Carmelo Hits Halfcourt Shot At Second Quarter Buzzer To Cap Off 37-Point Half (Video) appeared first on Beyond The Buzzer.
Carmelo Anthony reportedly told a fan during the Knicks loss to Brooklyn who pointed out he doesn't play defense, not even in the playoffs, to 'Shut the **** up.' Eyewitness 'tmt129' asks:I came to the game tonight like i always do. And was sitting behind the scorers table next to a guy that was giving you a hard time about playing defense You told the guy to...
Carmelo Anthony is one of the elite scorers in the NBA. Friday night, his offensive talent was on full display as he put up a franchise record 62-points on the Charoltte Bobcats.
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The starting lineups for the NBA All-Star game have been announced. The game will take place on Feb. 16 from New Orleans.
Dwyane Wade, Kyrie Irving, Paul George, LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony will start the All-Star Game for the Eastern Conference.
The Western Conference starting lineup was made up of Stephen Curry, Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Kevin Love and Blake Griffin.
Despite Carmelo Anthony’s 62 point performance, there were other notable moments from Friday night’s NBA games.
If you happen to be looking for the assist of the night, Orlando Magic guard Victor Oladipo delivered it to Tobias Harris against the Los Angeles Lakers:
Oladipo image courtesy of Getty Images
With Kevin Durant scoring 30+ points in his last ten games, Carmelo Anthony going for 62 on Friday night, and Terrence Ross scoring a career-high Saturday night, no wonder LeBron James wants to score 60 points soon; competition among NBA players has been strong of late, meaning fellow players want to top each other’s high scoring performances. However, some are saying that defense...