Found April 11, 2012 on Knicks Journal :
Following Carmelo Anthony's Easter Sunday heroics against the Bulls, there was no doubt that Chicago was going to come out all guns blazing on Tuesday night, ready to avenge the astonishing loss.The Knicks caught a break with the news that Derrick Rose would be sitting out the game with an injury. The league M.V.P. would not be available to return the favor to Anthony and force his team to suffer a loss.Instead, it would be NBA champion and three-time All-Star Richard Hamilton who turned back the clock against the Knicks to help the Bulls pull away with a 98-86 victory. The 34 year old scored double-digit points in the third quarter, on his way to pouring in a team-leading 20 points in the contest. Though the Knicks were able to keep their heads above water and stay in the game heading into the second half, the Bulls used a third quarter run to help them ultimately secure the win.Still holding the Bulls under 100 for the game, the Knicks' solid enough defensive effort was pa...

Carmelo appearing on Showtime show

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony will guest star on Sunday's upcoming episode of Showtime's dark comedy, Nurse Jackie, portraying a fallen pro basketball player in rehab.

Carmelo Anthony looked especially dapper before Tuesday night’s Knicks game (pic)

Looking good, Carmelo Anthony. Looking good. It takes considerable fashion gravitas to pull of the multi-buttoned suit coat over the buttoned cardigan look without it appearing, well, too button-ey. Throw in the bow tie and Knicks-colored headphones and more often than not one would have the makings of an overly busy ensemble. But we’re talking [...]

Will Melo's Heroics Awaken the Bulls in Time for a Tuesday Shellacking?

Carmelo Anthony continued to cement his legacy as the holiday hero, propelling the Knicks to a stunning 100-99 victory over the Bulls on Easter Sunday.In what was arguably Anthony's greatest performance as a Knick to date, the Brooklyn native's season-high 43 points proved he is ready for the challenge of having to carry the team on his own, without the likes of Amar'...

Carmelo Anthony Re-Injures Hand; Earns Technical

I have mentioned over the past few days how VITAL the New York Knicks and Milwaukee Bucks game would be on Wednesday. New York started off the f first quarter on FIRE shooting 82% from the field and had a 10-point lead, but that soon would end as the Milwaukee Bucks would catch a spark. [...]

Anthony, Knicks open 2-game edge on Bucks

Carmelo Anthony had 32 points and 10 rebounds and J.R. Smith made a 3-pointer for the go-ahead score as the visiting New York Knicks edged the Milwaukee Bucks 111-107. The Knicks (30-28) took a two-game edge on the Bucks (28-30) for eighth in the Eastern Conference and also evened their season series at two games apiece. Tyson Chandler had 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Knicks...

Knicks Won't Keep Carmelo At Power Forward When Stoudemire Returns

Carmelo Anthony has thrived in his new role as power forward in the absence of Amar'e Stoudemire.

Knicks-Bulls Preview

Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks got the best of Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls over the weekend, pulling out a thrilling win in front of a nationally televised audience. The Bulls won't have to wait too long for a chance at revenge. NBA-leading Chicago looks to continue its home domination of New York as these Eastern Conference rivals square off again Tuesday night...

Rip leads Rose-less Bulls past Knicks

Richard Hamilton scored 20 points, Luol Deng added 19 and the Chicago Bulls, playing without Derrick Rose again, beat the New York Knicks 98-86 Tuesday night. Hamilton had 18 points in the third quarter to help Chicago stay ahead after building a 12-point halftime lead. Kyle Korver added 14 points and three blocks, and the Bulls prevailed despite Carmelo Anthony's 29 points...

New York Knicks: Finding A Way In Big Spots

The New York Knicks can be infuriating to watch at times. This season has been a bizarre roller coaster of about five different teams, all of which are deeply flawed but unquestionably talented. The current version is entirely too reliant on Carmelo Anthony on the offensive end and is still prone to mind numbing lapses on defense despite having two candidates for first team All...

Knicks get crushed by the Bulls 98-86

The Chicago Bulls (44-14) beat the New York Knicks (29-28) 98-86, tonight at the United Center. It was the home and homes games for both the Knicks and the Bulls as both teams split the series. This was a bad game for the Knicks, when it came down to rebounds and making key stops. Game Stats: Carmelo Anthony had another great game scoring 29 points, making 5 assists and 4 steals...

The Starting Lineup: Rose Returns, But Melo Steals The Show

Carmelo Anthony spoiled the return of Derrick Rose by scoring 43 points, including a pair of deep threes that tied/won the game.   I suppose you could argue that Rose (29 PTS, 8-26 FG, 9-12 FT) spoiled his own return by missing a pair of free throws that would’ve put the Knicks to bed, but that would take away from Carmelo’s ridiculousness.  Here are all 43 of his points–skip...

Melo Moment

On an Eastern afternoon when J.R. Smith was spraying errant shots all over the arenas, while Jeremy Lin watched from the bench in his finest Easter suit, Carmelo Anthony resurrected his crunch time heroic habits.The Knicks mounted a 10-0 run in the final 3:45 of regulation while Anthony scored the last seven points of regulation, including a pull up 27-foot
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