The Carmelo Anthony comparisons were inevitable. Jabari Parker shares that wide, strong 6'8" frame and confident face-up scoring arsenal. Given the success Melo has had as a pro, at least individually, Parker should really think about...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony, overrated? It’s the exact opposite, if you ask the Knicks’ $124 million man. “I think I'm the most underrated superstar that's out there, but that doesn't matter to me,” Anthony said.
As many of you know, a big part of a lot of people’s jobs on Wall Street is to entertain clients, often times at sporting events. Since the purpose of these outings is to foster relationships and kiss ass, one generally aims to put his...Show More Summary
The only two measurements that matter, Derek Fisher’s first day on the job went very well at West Point. Phil Jackson didn’t stand up from his seat by the bleachers to take over the defensive drills.
Evolution isn't a concept often associated with established NBA superstars who, more than a decade in, are usually done developing, their career arcs having peaked, their ceilings realized and reached. Entering his 12th season, New York Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony, fresh off a fate-forming summer, doesn't cart that sense of security. Show More Summary
New York Knicks All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony says that among the L’s superstars, he’s the most underrated. Melo feels great heading into his 12th NBA season, and remains cautiously optimistic […] The post Carmelo Anthony Thinks He’s the Most Underrated Superstar in the NBA appeared first on SLAMonline.
Carmelo Anthony’s waistline shrunk this summer as his wallet expanded. For those of you who believe money can’t buy happiness, take a good look at the thinner, more optimistic Melo. “I feel awesome,” he says.
Carmelo Anthony doesn't want to — or expect to — endure the pain of missing the playoffs that he experienced with the Knicks last season.
Carmelo Anthony held nothing back during the New York Knicks media day on Monday. The scoring forward hit on a number of pressing topics, including the reasoning behind his decision to sign a five-year, $124 million pact to stick with...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers might have made a push for this summer’s big free agents, but Laker management apparently never thought their chances were too high at pulling in either LeBron James or Carmelo Anthony. Instead of a home run free...Show More Summary
In the weeks and months leading up to Carmelo Anthony's free-agency decision, it became clear that self-vindicating, detractor-deadening options were first-rate fiction. If he was to silence critics and escape the shackles his nakedShow More Summary
Ever since Phil Jackson assumed control of the New York Knicks front office this past March, one question above all has dogged Carmelo Anthony: How would his triangle stint stack up against those of Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant? Anthony will never be considered in the same class as the other two, of course. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls have one of the NBA's deepest rosters, but just how good is each position? Chicago spent the offseason bolstering its team all around. After a failed attempt to lure over superstar forward Carmelo Anthony, the Bulls...Show More Summary
In an NBA increasingly defined by strategies, systems and styles, Carmelo Anthony has always been that scarcest of players whose talents make him an offense unto himself—often despite the efforts of his coaches. Now, with the New York...Show More Summary
After a failure of an offseason, the Houston Rockets will enter training camp with a less-talented roster in comparison to the 2013-14 campaign. General manager Daryl Morey courted big names such as Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh, but he did not secure either player. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks roster essentially consists of Carmelo Anthony, a bunch of guards and a trio of tall forwards who struggle on defense. Add to that a rookie head coach and a brand new offensive scheme familiar to most fans from postseason...Show More Summary
The 2003 NBA draft class is one of the greatest of all time, with LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade all having carved out Hall of Fame-caliber careers. The remaining Top Five pick from that class, however, has seemingly decided to give up on basketball and try something else. Darko Milicic, the No. Show More Summary
New York Knicks owner and crap-ass wannabe blues musician James Dolan tried to set some kind of world record for the most people playing kazoo in one room. He enlisted New York Knicks Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, who would have probably rather been anywhere else, to help him lead the crowd. Read more...
They're a kazoot suit riot! At @TheGarden w @carmeloanthony @HLundqvist30 & James Dolan breaking the kazoo world record & raising money for #ALS pic.twitter.com/BWlBxGAqwE — Amar'e Stoudemire (@Amareisreal) September 19, 2014 This is what trying to set a world record for kazoo players (to raise money for ALS disease, it should be noted) looks like. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks enter the 2014-15 NBA season with a new head coach in Derek Fisher and a slew of new faces (namely Jose Calderon and rookie Cleanthony Early) to join Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden. Can the Knicks climb back into the playoffs in the East? Howard Beck and Ric Bucher join Adam Lefkoe to give their take in the video above. Show More Summary