The Washington Wizards, led by John Wall and Bradley Beal, spoiled Kurt Rambis’ head coaching debut in New York with a 111-108 win against the Knicks. The Wizards’ backcourt duo The post John Wall Leads Wizards Past Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
Heading into the 2011 NBA All-Star Weekend, the league was abuzz with one major storyline: Where will Carmelo Anthony be traded? While NBA journalists were scrambling to break the news on Melo's future, the NBA's elite young All-Star...Show More Summary
The coach has just been fired. Anthony is hurting. The team is mired in a deep slump. For the Knicks, the situation is normal.
Heading into the 2011 NBA All-Star weekend the league was abuzz with one major storyline: Where will Carmelo Anthony be traded? While NBA journalists were scrambling to break the news on Melo's future, the NBA's elite young All-StarShow More Summary
Anthony, who missed Friday’s game because of a sore knee, was back in the lineup against the Nuggets, but the Knicks again fell behind early and could not catch up.
Though they tumbled to the Grizzlies, the Knicks’ plucky display without Anthony was encouraging.
New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony is dealing with a knee injury that will force him to miss time. Continue for updates. Anthony "Day-to-Day" Friday, Feb. 5 Anthony played 40 minutes in his team's Thursday loss to the DetroitShow More Summary
Knicks trade rumors involving Carmelo Anthony are a familiar tale in New York. Now there are fresh New York Knicks trade rumors suggesting Anthony could ask to be dealt before the NBA trade deadline. A report from Frank Isola at the New York Daily News may have sparked the Anthony rumors again, as he is... Show More Summary
The News’ Frank Isola wrote Thursday that Anthony should at least consider asking the Knicks for a trade.
During Tuesday's game against the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden, Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart had what could be the Flop of the Year. As 'Melo backed him down, Smart dropped. Perhaps he was trying to draw Carmelo Anthony's second flagrant foul of the game, but it was still awful. Show More Summary
Boston Celtics guard Marcus Smart has made his mark in the NBA this year, No, not by his play on the court but a mark for the worst flop of 2016 & 2017. I guess the flop worked because New York Knicks SF Carmelo Anthony followed a horrible flop by shooting the worst shot of […]
Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry is a tough guy to guard. So the New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony decided to get creative. During the fourth quarter of the Warriors' 116-95 victory Sunday night, Anthony put his hand on Curry's forehead at the top of the three-point arc. “I was just...
As we’ve seen time and again, no team in the NBA has found a reliable way to shut down the scoring machine that is the Golden State Warriors. So we can’t really fault Carmelo Anthony, someone who’s not exactly known for his defensive prowess, for trying out a new technique to stop them in their […]
Leave it to Carmelo Anthony to come up with a novel defense to try to stop Stephen Curry. On Sunday night, he tried putting his hand on the forehead of the Golden State Warriors’ star. It didn’t work terribly well — Curry still drained a three — but Anthony did leave a mark for Curry to […]
Bold strategy, Carmelo.
You know the old saying: If you can’t beat him…put a hand on his head? That’s what Carmelo Anthony tried to do when his New York Knicks hosted Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors on Sunday night. While the reigning MVP danced with the rock, Anthony deliberately kept a hand on his forehead. Show More Summary
That's what the referees like to call a foul. Can you really blame Carmelo Anthony? No one has found a way to stop Stephen Curry, why not try to slow him by palming his head? It didn't work. He was called for a foul -- and Curry hit a shot that didn't count after the whistle. And the Warriors blew out the Knicks. Better luck next time, Melo.
Carmelo Anthony trade rumors are back for the New York Knicks. The Anthony trade rumors are nothing new for the Knicks, as he is the biggest asset the struggling team has on the roster. A report from ESPN.com on Saturday, January 30, sheds some light on what the Knicks could do before the NBA trade... Show More Summary