Gerald Green scored a season-high 25 points in Miami's 97-78 win over New York on Friday, but his defensive effort against Knicks' Carmelo Anthony might have been the most impressive part of his performance.
The Knicks and Heat are going to battle in The Garden. Kyle O’Quinn and Carmelo Anthony got the ball rolling in the first quarter, connecting for a perfect alley-oop feed. The post Carmelo Anthony Delivers on Alley-Oop Feed (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh are pals in real life. So with the Miami Heat set to face the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden on Friday, the Heat's All-Star duo met up with Melo to celebrate Thanksgiving. It looked...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony scored a game-high 28 points, but the Knicks’ bench contributed only 12 in 100-91 loss.
Amar'e Stoudemire is still not pleased with the way him and Carmelo were managed in New York. The post Amar’e Stoudemire Says Ex-Knicks Coaches Misused Him and Carmelo Anthony appeared first on SLAMonline.
The NFL isn’t the only North American sports league with a refereeing problem. Just take a look at this obvious travel which the NBA refs allowed Carmelo Anthony to get away with during last night’s game between the New York Knicks and the Miami Heat:
According to the NBA rulebook, a player “may use a two-count rhythm in coming to a stop” after picking up his dribble. We're not sure how quickly Carmelo Anthony says his Mississippi's, but he seems to have traveled pretty egregiously on this three-point hoist in Monday's Knicks-Heat game. Show More Summary
Tough to guard this.
The 8-7 Knicks appear to be an improved team over last year’s 17-65 train wreck, but as Monday’s 95-78 loss to the Heat showed, they still have many steps to take before being considered a title contender. But on one sequence during that game in Miami, Carmelo Anthony seemed determined to literally take all of […]
Carmelo Anthony took so many steps against the Miami Heat that he might as well be a caterpillar. Although he doesn't fully have possession of the ball until a few seconds later, this still looks pretty bad. Nevertheless, please show Carmelo's traveling to your coworkers. Show More Summary
There are certain calls certain players get. LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Kobe Bryant—these guys get veteran star treatment. Against the Miami Heat on Monday night, Carmelo Anthony did too. Right before halftime, the New York Knicks All-Star took one dribble beyond half court and somehow ended up at the three-point line. Show More Summary
Before handing the keys to the franchise over to his very tall, very young and very popular rookie teammate, Carmelo Anthony hopes to win a ‘chip or two alongside Kritaps The post Carmelo Anthony Says Kristaps Porzingis Will Be Knicks’ Franchise Player After He Retires appeared first on SLAMonline.
Carmelo Anthony thinks the New York Knicks are in good hands thanks to rising rookie Kristaps Porzingis. “He’s gonna lead this organization long after I’m retired,” the 31-year-old told the New York Post on Monday. But before that, Anthony’s got big plans featuring the young Latvian. He wants to win titles with him. “Hopefully we […]
Carmelo Anthony scored 25 points to help the New York Knicks defeat the Oklahoma City Thunder 93-90 on Friday night for their third straight win.
WHISTLES ARE VERY LOUD. MAKE SURE NBA SUPERSTARS AREN'T WITHIN A FOOT OF YOUR WHISTLE BEFORE YOU BLOW OR ELSE THIS WILL HAPPEN, AS CHRONICLED BY LANG WHITAKER OF NBA.COM: Seriously, whistles are loud. Be considerate.
(PG-13) “You get charged as an adult at 16. Why you gonna put me in there with murderers and think that I would come out different?” Carmelo Anthony and Vice Sports visited the infamous jail to talk to young inmates and remind us that everyone deserves a chance to change.
Even though he’s barely a month into his NBA career, New York Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis has quickly become a fan favorite. (...)
Porzingis scored a career-high 29 points and collected 11 rebounds, Carmelo Anthony operated as a facilitator, and the Knicks extinguished every rally that Charlotte could muster.
After a recent visit to the Rikers Island jail in New York City, Carmelo Anthony has decided that the time for prison reform is now. The Knicks star checked out the jail complex for the latest installment of Vice Sports' "Stay Melo"Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony’s trip to Riker’s Island reinforced a belief that the prison system needs reform.