- The Washington Times - Monday, February 13, 2017

New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony may be in the middle of constant trade speculation, but it doesn’t seem to phase him.

With a 25-point effort against the San Antonio Spurs, Anthony moved by Charles Barkley on the all-time scoring list.

That ranks Anthony, who has 23,775 career points, 25th all-time.

Next on the list for Anthony is Vince Carter, who has a reserve role in the NBA at the age of 40. Anthony is just 577 points behind Carter.

At 32, Anthony is just 3,500 points away from making the NBA’s top-ten list in points.



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