Carmelo Anthony returns to one of the cities he spurned during free agency when the Knicks look to win their second straight game Monday against a Rockets team without star center Dwight Howard.
Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony is making a bid for a legacy off the court — with a big assist from CrunchBase. The power forward-turned-venture capitalist launched Melo7 Tech Partners earlier this year with partner Stuart GoldfarbShow More Summary
The NBA rumor mill may dominate headlines in the summer when Carmelo Anthony and LeBron James are deciding their future, but there are subtle, under-the-radar moves to be made in the early season. Teams are always looking to improve,...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony was on the court at Target Center more than 90 minutes before tipoff, hoisting shots while not wearing any sort of brace or tape on his left knee.
The New York Knicks have been in a transitional period this season with a new coach, new system and new rotation of players. The only constant has been Carmelo Anthony. Melo has taken it upon himself to be more of a playmaker while keeping up a steady barrage of scoring. Show More Summary
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is playing with a sore left knee, and he aggravated the injury during New York's 117-113 loss Tuesday night to the Milwaukee Bucks.
Carmelo Anthony laid on a training table in the visiting locker room for several minutes, his left knee being iced down following the Knicks’ failed comeback bid in a 117-113 loss Tuesday to the Bucks.
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony revealed Tuesday night that he's been dealing with a knee injury since early in the season. Steve Popper of The Record had the report: Anthony, 30, is no stranger to various different minor ailments. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks entered the season with hopes of turning last year into a mirage by returning to playoff contention. Carmelo Anthony has turned up his game by becoming more of a playmaker. However, with the triangle being implemented,...Show More Summary
Ed. note: This is a guest post. Carmelo Anthony made a cozy $22,458,401 in NBA salary last season (that doesn’t include his endorsements and other sources of income, but a sister only has so much time to read people’s W2s). The New York Knicks forward also gave away more of his money than any other […]
The Knicks lost 97-95 to the Orlando Magic last night, and this here was the final play of the game. I'm not going to assume that this isn't the play Derek Fisher drew up, but Carmelo Anthony's frantic calling for the ball would seem to indicate that J.R. pulling up from three was not exactly what the coach had in mind. Read more...
In the waning seconds of the fourth quarter Wednesday night at MSG, Carmelo Anthony called for the ball with rookie Aaron Gordon on him. JR Smith, of course, had his […] The post JR Smith Ignores Carmelo Anthony and Bricks Game-Winning Attempt (VIDEO) appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Knicks had a chance to avoid a sixth-straight loss with the meek Magic in town. They did not! That's not the worst look J.R. Smith's ever taken, but he had Carmelo Anthony ready for a quick catch and shoot and the time to make the pass, but ignored him. Melo seemed displeased! The Knicks!
It's no secret the Knicks are having a rough start to the season at 2-6 while trying to learn Phil Jackson’s triangle offense. But as Carmelo Anthony explains, you can’t expect everything to go smoothly when you’re starting something from scratch.
HOOPS star Carmelo Anthony set the ball aside Tuesday to hand out free food to hundreds of hungry families in East Harlem.
The New York Knicks' rebuilding manual might be nothing more than a quick sketch of the triangle between Carmelo Anthony, Derek Fisher and Phil Jackson. It's hard to say what else, if anything, this franchise has to build around for the future. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks are in the midst of an overhaul in which President of Basketball Operations Phil Jackson is trying to establish a new culture and system. Jackson believes Carmelo Anthony, one of the NBA's elite scorers, can reach heights like Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant did in Jackson's famed Triangle offense. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson said Monday he is optimistic and Carmelo Anthony is upbeat, even as the New York Knicks struggle through the start of the season.
Just two nights ago, the New York Knicks found themselves up 15 points in the first half of Saturday's Eastern Conference showdown with the Atlanta Hawks. Following a disappearing act from superstar Carmelo Anthony, they watched their lead slip away, eventually losing 103-96. Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks' triangle offense aren't getting along. Playing within the system that helped Phil Jackson win 11 NBA championships was supposed to make things easier; its core tenets were supposed to lightenShow More Summary