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Oct 22, 2014
Rotoworld
Carmelo Anthony hit the game-winning jumper and got the foul in Wednesday's 103-100 win over the Wizards, scoring 30 points with three rebounds, three assists, three steals and two 3-pointers in 34 minutes.
Oct 19, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Basketball
Historically, Carmelo Anthony's offensive game has been as a ball hog, who would pound the ball until he took a shot. It's largely worked out well, as...

Carmelo ranked 11th in player rankings

It remains to be seen how Carmelo Anthony fits into the triangle. With a first-time head coach in Derek Fisher, a new system and perhaps even a new way of thinking to learn, Anthony enters the season with some uncertainty ahead of him. In ESPN’s latest NBA player rankings, Anthony comes in at No. 11 on the list of the NBA's 500 players. The rankings are decided by the ESPN Forecast panel, which rates each player on a 0-to-10 scale in terms of “the overall level of play for each player for the upcoming NBA season.
Rotoworld Oct 22, 2014

Carmelo Anthony hits game winner, scores 30 - Carmelo Anthony (F) New York Knicks

Carmelo Anthony hit the game-winning jumper and got the foul in Wednesday's 103-100 win over the Wizards, scoring 30 points with three rebounds, three assists, three steals and two 3-pointers in 34 minutes.
Denver Post Oct 22, 2014
Average home Nuggets ticket increases after worst season in a decade

Average home Nuggets ticket increases after worst season in a decade

Thanks primarily to a slew of injuries, the Nuggets posted their worst record in over a decade last year (36-46) and failed to make the playoffs for the first time since 2002, before Carmelo Anthony was drafted.

How will triangle impact Melo's scoring?

Historically, Carmelo Anthony's offensive game has been as a ball hog, who would pound the ball until he took a shot. It's largely worked out well, as...
New York Daily News Oct 18, 2014
Melo says Knicks don’t need 25 per game from him in Phil Jackson’s system

Melo says Knicks don’t need 25 per game from him in Phil Jackson’s system

Carmelo Anthony believes the days of the Knicks needing him to score 25 or more points per game are over. Of course, those words were barely out of Anthony’s mouth when he was politely reminded that he made a similar prediction two years ago and ended up winning the NBA’s scoring title.
Newsday Oct 18, 2014

Carmelo Anthony expects his scoring average to go down

It is only four games into the preseason, but that's a big enough sample for Carmelo Anthony to make some predictions about how his role will change this season in the triangle offense.

Carmelo Anthony: Fewer back-to-backs? 'That's the dream'

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- If it were up to Carmelo Anthony, teams would play fewer sets of consecutive games. “I don’t know if that will ever happen, but that’s the dream,” Anthony said after practice Saturday. “Maybe it will happen 10 years from now when I’m out of the league.” The Knicks play 20 back-to-backs this season. LeBron James and Dirk Nowitzki made similar suggestions earlier this week when they said they’d prefer fewer games in the schedule.
New York Post Oct 18, 2014
Melo won’t pass up assists in Knicks’ new offense

Melo won’t pass up assists in Knicks’ new offense

Carmelo Anthony doesn’t foresee a second scoring title in his immediate future, even with reigning champ Kevin Durant sidelined for the start of the season. Anthony predicts more of a...
New York Post Oct 18, 2014
Phil on film: Plenty of praise for Anthony

Phil on film: Plenty of praise for Anthony

In a scene during the upcoming documentary on his triangle offense, Knicks team president Phil Jackson said if Carmelo Anthony wins a championship in New York, you can refer to...
New York Post Oct 16, 2014
Carmelo: Can’t be ‘a better feeling’ than winning a title in NY

Carmelo: Can’t be ‘a better feeling’ than winning a title in NY

No matter how far away the Knicks may be from their elusive third NBA championship, Carmelo Anthony still thinks about the day he will hold the Larry O’Brien Trophy. “I...
New York Daily News Oct 16, 2014
Carmelo Anthony says best place to win is in New York

Carmelo Anthony says best place to win is in New York

Aside from the fact that no other team could offer him more dough, Carmelo Anthony reiterated a common talking point in his decision to re-sign with the Knicks this summer: The appeal of winning a title here was greater than winning somewhere else, he said at a charity event in Manhattan on Thursday.

Melo: Winning in NYC better than the rest

Of course money played a factor in Carmelo Anthony's decision to re-sign with the Knicks this summer. He was paid $124 million over five years to return to New York, more money annually and overall than any other team could have offered him. But Anthony said on Thursday that the potential of winning a title with the Knicks, a franchise that hasn't won in 40 seasons, also played a role in his decision to come back to New York. "Yeah, it wouldn't have been the same, I don't think.
Newsday Oct 16, 2014

Carmelo Anthony dreams of bringing a title home for himself and Knicks

Carmelo Anthony had a number of reasons for wanting to come back to the Knicks, not the least of which was a five-year, $124 million contract. But also important to the Brooklyn native was the possibility of winning an NBA title in New York.
New York Daily News Oct 15, 2014
Jim Boeheim: Knick star Carmelo Anthony's no class clown

Jim Boeheim: Knick star Carmelo Anthony's no class clown

More than a decade away has not affected the warmth and love Carmelo Anthony feels in the Carrier Dome, as the former Orange star received a standing ovation before the Knicks’ 84-77 preseason win Tuesday night over Philadelphia.

Carmelo Anthony says he'll take Phil Jackson's words and work to improve

SYRACUSE -- The other day, Phil Jackson said he thought Carmelo Anthony has “just touched the surface of his greatness.” It was a bold statement, one that Jackson backed up by signing the 30-year-old Anthony to a five-year, $124 million contract over the summer. It also was a fancy way for the Knicks president to say that he thinks Anthony can improve in certain areas. But Jackson didn’t really get into specifics when he made the comment on Sunday night.

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