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Latest Carmelo Anthony Items
Even while chasing championships in Detroit, Chauncey Billups couldn't help but notice the comedy of errors playing in New York.
When you play in the West Coast Conference, you're going to walk into some imposing gyms from time to time. But playing the likes of Gonzaga and St. Mary's probably didn't prepare Santa Clara for a practice this week at Madison Square Garden of all places.
With the New York Knicks in a terrible late-season slump, Carmelo Anthony said Monday their game against the Orlando Magic was "almost a must win for us."
The results were the same in the win-loss column as they have been in the first two games of this road trip – another loss, this time a 20-point drubbing by the Nuggets.
When the just-arrived star of your suddenly struggling team says the solution is "to relax and just have fun," you know you're skunked. Nine times out of 10, it means he doesn't have a clue.
The last time the Wizards faced the Denver Nuggets, on Jan. 25 at Verizon Center, they still were anchored on the wing by all-star forward Carmelo Anthony. Credit Anthony for being up front with the Nuggets from Day One of this season about his desire to be traded to the New York Knicks, but the so- called "Melo-Drama" was the talk of the NBA for months.
Even before needing five stitches above his left eye, Carmelo Anthony understood this could be painful.
Two weeks after Carmelo Anthony punched his ticket out of town, Nuggets coach George Karl signed his own long-term extension to stay in Denver.
The Dallas Mavericks have signed forward Corey Brewer, giving them a young, athletic swingman who is likely to help most on defense.