We’re in the thick of the NBA playoffs, so what better time to check in on Darko Milicic? No, he’s not actually playing basketball these days, but in fairness, neither are the guys he famously went in front of (Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade) as the No. 2 pick in the 2003 NBA draft. […]
Last we heard from Darko Milicic, the man drafted just ahead of Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade in 2003, he was losing in his kickboxing debut. Now he's drinking beer shirtless and singing karaoke. This is, admittedly, a step up from the whole kickboxing thing. Show More Summary
NEW YORK — Kentucky coach John Calipari and Big Blue Nation shouldn’t have any doubts about Isaiah Briscoe’s confidence level when he joins the program this summer. The kid from Newark is brimming with self-confidence. So much so that he says he trash talks with Carmelo Anthony on text messages and is ready to take […]
Rarely at any point this past season did the chance to wax hope over the New York Knicks' future present itself. Carmelo Anthony has succeeded in changing that for the moment—even if only slightly, and even if only temporarily—making...Show More Summary
In the end, Carmelo Anthony chose the New York Knicks’ dollars instead of going on a championship run with the Chicago Bulls. And now, Melo admits that he occasionally has The post Carmelo Anthony Asks Himself ‘Did I Really Make the Right Decision?’ appeared first on SLAMonline.
Carmelo Anthony went from last summer's mantra of “I believe in Phil” to second-guessing his decision to re-sign with the Knicks.
It was a rough season for Carmelo Anthony. He played in just 40 games this season and watched as the New York Knicks earned just 17 wins after he signed a five-year, $124 million contract to remain with the team last offseason. And when...Show More Summary
Anthony, who missed the last two months of the season after having surgery on his left knee, is no longer second-guessing his decision to sign a long-term deal last summer.
There were times, Carmelo Anthony acknowledges, he wondered if he made the right decision to stay in New York.
While Carmelo Anthony serves as an integral part of the New York Knicks organization, he may also be the one scaring new talent away. With the team in such disarray after finishing this season with fewer than 20 wins, Phil Jackson's Knicks are actively pursuing both draft and free-agent options for new additions. Show More Summary
New York Knicks fans have a scroll a quarter-mile long inked with reasons they should be mad with their front office. “Losing,” “trading away key players” and “failing to land support for Carmelo Anthony” are high on that list, but these...Show More Summary
Of all the teams in the NBA today, the New York Knicks should have been one of the most promising. Aside from winning back Carmelo Anthony, who seriously thought about leaving, they got a new team president and coach who both promised wonders for the team.
This is turning into quite a wild conference championship week! One question that arose today, after the Carolina vs Clemson game is this: Can Harrison Barnes lift North Carolina to the title the same way Carmelo Anthony did in 2003Show More Summary
Just because the Oklahoma City Thunder is a "small market" team does not mean the NBA players in town are any less interested in having a good time. They are young, rich and late at night in search of a cool scene to blend into. When in need of a vintage whisky pour or fine cigar [...]
Duke Coach Mike Krzyzewski led Duke to a 68-63 win over Wisconsin on Monday night, giving him his fifth NCAA tournament win of his career. The achievement did not go unnoticed by three NBA greats who’ve played for Coach K on Team USA. First up was Kobe Bryant, who posted a photo on Instagram of him […]
Carmelo Anthony has been around his New York Knicks teammates more often recently, but the superstar forward has reportedly refused to sit on the bench during games for a very interesting reason. According to Marc Berman of the New York...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony was at the Garden on Wednesday to rehab his surgically repaired knee, and he was spotted interacting with a few teammates.
‘That’s Carmelo (Anthony), and that’s C.P. (Chris Paul), and that’s D-Wade.’
Superstar on the court, superstar off the court - Carmelo Anthony is doing it right The post NBA All-Star, Carmelo Anthony is … Doing it Right appeared first on The Good Men Project.