Carmelo Anthony returned to his hometown of Baltimore to march with protesters and investigate the environment in the wake of the Freddie Gray social movement. “This is my community. It’s not only my community, it’s everybody’s community. It’s America’s community,” Anthony said in an interview with CNN. Anthony, who plays for the Knicks, moved to...Read More
We haven’t heard much from New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony since he underwent season-ending shoulder surgery in February. He’s occasionally re-emerged to attend Brand Jordan events and to share updates of his rehabilitation, but in general, he’s remained out of the public eye.
However, amid Monday’s media coverage showing Baltimore going up in flames, and Maryland’s...
Had the New York Knicks known in November what we all know now, they likely would have shut Carmelo Anthony down long before February. But apparently Carmelo was gung-ho to play in the All-Star Game. Phil Jackson spoke on Tuesday about how he had to reassure Anthony about the current state of the team over...Read More
This season was supposed to be a “throw away” season for the Knicks as it was widely understood that this campaign would be largely dedicated to shedding salary for next season. Even so, the Knicks were supposed to be competitive […]
New York Knicks fans suffered through the worst season in franchise history. Now the future of the franchise could be in some jeopardy.
Carmelo Anthony, who had season-ending knee surgery in February, gave a somewhat bleak outlook on his health going forward.
"I don't think I'll ever be a hundred percent, but as far as being fully recovered, injury-free, I'll be at that point," Anthony...
Recently New York Knicks’ President of basketball operations Phil Jackson has been in the news for speaking out about the direction of the franchise. He clearly believes he has a plan in place for the future success of the team, although many Knicks fans are starting to lose faith in the Zen Master. This all-time bad, season for the Knicks has left fans in the garden uneasy to...
Carmelo Anthony doesn’t want his New York Knicks teammates to cause him any more pain than they already have.
Anthony, who underwent season-ending knee surgery Feb. 18, has been a no-show for Knicks games since going under the knife, choosing not to sit on the bench with his non-injured teammates.
Marc Berman of the New York Post has a possible explanation for that:
Carmelo Anthony has not been seen sitting on the New York Knicks bench since he underwent knee surgery six weeks ago. He recently began rehabbing with the team’s training staff and stretching with teammates before games, but there has been no sign of Carmelo at tip-off. According to Marc Berman of the New York Post,...Read More
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Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said Thursday that he has likely played his last game of the season because of ongoing soreness in his left knee. Anthony, who has battled the knee pain for months, aggravated the injury in Monday’s loss to Miami, and sat out Wednesday against the Magic. He told ESPN Radio that he still plans...Read More