This leap reminded of those good old Syracuse days. Carmelo Anthony — for one play — didn’t have a knee injury as he skied to crush this lob.
As the sporting world turns to Arizona for the Super Bowl, the location that hosted the game last year hosted a game between the New York Knicks and the Los Angeles Lakers.
Late in the second quarter, New York Knicks Jason Smith was able to find his teammate Carmelo Anthony who soared for a one-handed slam dunk:
Clearly, Melo is getting up on a Sunday!
Carmelo alley-oop [Sportando...
Despite an impressive victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder last week, the New York Knicks dropped another game Thursday night bringing their record on the season to an ugly 9-38. With the All-Star break just a week away, and the trade deadline shortly after that, Phil Jackson and company have a few questions that they need to address.
1. Should Carmelo be deactivated...
Last summer, Carmelo Anthony was being wooed by several teams, but one of the teams that made a hard push late was the Los Angeles Lakers. While Kobe Bryant wasn’t initially at the meeting, the two later would get together and discuss many things including joining forces together on the Lakers.
Anthony and Bryant both agreed that it wouldn’t work playing together and decided...
Klay Thompson may have set an NBA record last week by scoring 37 points in a quarter, but George Gervin does not feel that his record was broken. Gervin, along with Carmelo Anthony, was the previous record holder with 33 points scored in a quarter. The big difference is that Gervin accomplished his feat in...Read More
Even if the best case scenario for the New York Knicks is to lose as many games as possible down the stretch (unintentionally, of course) in the team’s already-lost season, Carmelo Anthony stated that it isn’t in his nature to lose simply for the sake of losing. Following the team’s 98-91 win over the similarly...Read More
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There are officially 40 games remaining on the 2014-15 New York Knicks schedule.
Allow me to reiterate: there are 40 games left on this nightmarish, abysmal, apocalyptic season for Carmelo Anthony and company.
See, for Melo it’s not all bad. On gamedays and off-days, despite the sweeping tsunami of boos and lectures from Derek Fisher, at the end of the day Melo goes home to LaLa...
No matter what the New York Knicks’ latest moves suggest, not everyone on the team is throwing in the towel just yet.
Carmelo Anthony denied reports that he is considering shutting himself down for the rest of the season due to persistent knee soreness. Knicks coach Derek Fisher hinted at the possibility last week, but in a “Uninterrupted” video for Bleacher Report, Anthony...
Any hope that the New York Knicks could turn things around after a brutal 5-30 start to the season could be shattered due to news that star forward Carmelo Anthony might be shut down for the remainder of the season.
Speaking about the possibility that Anthony has played his final game for the Knicks this season, first-year head coach Derek Fisher had this to say (via ESPN).
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When all is said and done, the 2014-2015 New York Knicks could easily be the worst team in franchise history. The Knicks, who have never won less than 21 games in a season, have lost 16 of their last 17 this year and have a record of 5-26 after their latest loss on Christmas Day....Read More