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The Knicks can sign players and trade players, but the team will sink or swim with the game of Carmelo Anthony at the helm. I’m not saying he has to do it all, I actually think he needs to do less. Having trust in his teammates is über important. Not many stars can have that trust.
Speaking of trust, Alan Iverson was one of those players that had a hard time trusting his teammates, and never could get over the top. He carried his team to a finals appearance; however the “me against the world concept does not work”.
The stars that give up the ball are the ones that win. That’s a fact. Jordan, LeBron, and even Kobe gave up shots and control to get to the next level. Can Melo do the same or will he end up like Iverson?
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If you're looking for a Carmelo Anthony interview to pass the time on this Saturday, check out this interview he did with Global Grind's Sharon Carpenter:
I think the Melo stans are dwindling day by day. His inability to simply get the job done down in New York has minimized his reputation to just a cat that can give you 20 points any given night but it stops there. And to win a chip in the NBA you need to bring more to the table. But he paid right?
Happy Friday, Knicks fans!With not much else going on around the Knicks' world today. take a look below at a couple of different video clips from interviews conducted with Tyson Chandler and Carmelo Anthony this week.Fresh off his victory in the Olympics, Chandler chats here about his time in London, his transition to the Knicks last season, and his family's potential future...
Earlier tonight, New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and his wife, La La Vazquez were spotted at the 2012 U.S. Open tennis tournament supporting friend, Serena Williams.Here are just some of the pictures:(Courtesy of The Windy Apple)
It takes two to make a thing go right; it takes two to make it out of sight. These famous words by Rob Base are fitting for Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony. Well, Ok not as famous as you think, but a classic line in a song from my generation.
Amare to Melo and Melo to Amare are the keys to sustainable success in New York City and the Knicks. This task would be difficult...
At 39 years old, Jason Kidd probably is not looking to become the next great New York Knicks point guard. Eighteen years into his NBA career, Kidd would be content to merely help the Knicks' apparently incompatible stars find a way to play together. And that could make him the perfect conductor of an otherwise dysfunctional orchestra. The Knicks were a mess last season, as they...
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and his wife Lala were spotted at the US Open cheering on one of Lala’s BFF’s, Serena Williams. photos via IFWT
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony told the New York Post that he wants the team to have the same mentality Team USA had during its gold-medal winning effort at the London Olympics.
“I’m excited to get this thing going,” Anthony said. “Especially coming off this run we just had with the USA team. To be able to put that team together and still be able to accomplish...