Found April 06, 2013 on
New York Knicks
Los Angeles Lakers
Every morning, we will give you five things from the night before in the NBA to start your day.
1: All about Melo
Carmelo Anthony is often embattled and often fighting perception. Oh, he scores too much and does not make his teammates better. We have heard all that.
Anthony though is in the midst of his best all-around season and has the Knicks as division champions for the first time since 1994 and looking at their first Playoff series win since 2000 as the second or third seed in the East. New York has a lot to be excited about. Anthony is the center of all that.
While Indiana and New York, a familiar battle if you saw Winning Time, are vying for home court in the second round, TV executives undoubtedly like the idea of New York and Carmelo Anthony reaching the Eastern Conference Finals. The Knicks, after all, beat the Heat in three out of four games this year. Anthony is continuing to lift his game to another level.
Anthony scored 41 points and grabbed 14 rebounds, his ...
BEST OF MAXIM
Based on advanced metrics used by Forbes, which do not rely solely on scoring, here is a list of the most overpaid NBA players for 2013.
Believe it or not, the one accolade you’d expect Carmelo Anthony to have, he doesn’t. Many have attached the label of best all-around scorer to Anthony’s name for several years now. Melo can take you inside or out and is a beast on the offensive end. Even Kobe Bryant gave Melo praise as he said he’s the toughest player for him to guard.
This season Carmelo has his best shot...
The Knicks are poised to the get the #2 seed.
The red-hot runs of Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks are set for a major challenge - a visit to Oklahoma City.
Anthony squares off with the only player ahead of him in the scoring race as his Knicks, riding the third-longest winning streak in franchise history, look to make a big statement Sunday against Kevin Durant and the Thunder.
While Oklahoma City is battling San Antonio...
By Charles R. Trimble III
After hearing whispers that the Knicks were better off without him, Carmelo Anthony has quieted that talk by catapulting his game to a level not seen around here since the days of Bernard King. His recent 131-point explosion against the Heat, Hawks and Bucks brought back memories of some of the greatest offensive performances ever by a Knickerbocker. Below...
Any attempts to doubt the legitimacy of the New York Knicks recent winning streak sound nothing short of idiotic by this point. The Knicks went into Oklahoma City in an enormous game for both teams in what was a potential NBA Finals preview and pulled out their 12th straight victory, 125-120. They have now hit 50 wins for the first time since 1999, basically wrapped up the Atlantic...
Teams may want to watch out for the New York Knicks come playoff time. With a 101-83 win over the Milwaukee Bucks Friday night they have won 11 in a row!
Carmelo Anthony has been getting a lot of the attention--at least of late--with the tear that he has been on. Friday night was no different either as he scored 41 points; it's the third time in a row he has scored at least...
On a night where New York honored the 40th anniversary of the 1973 NBA Championship team, the current Knicks did their best to prove that their own championship aspirations are legitimate.
The Knicks extended their season-high win streak to 11 games, sinking the Milwaukee Bucks 101-83 in another memorable night at The Garden, but things were not as easy as the score might have indicated...
New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert was forced to shave part of his head to remove an Adidas’ signature “three stripes” logo on the left side of his hair.
Despite youth, a late-season lull and tempered expectations, Syracuse hoops reached the Final Four in Atlanta for the first time since Carmelo Anthony led the Orange to Jim Boeheim's only national title. CuseNation.com breaks down SU's road to Saturday's clash with Michigan inside.