Well shit, man, nobody’s prepared to deal with big NBA news the morning after the Super Bowl, but here we are. According to multiple reports, Derek Fisher is out as head coach of the New York Knicks.
What could possibly get the whole Internet talking about a January afternoon Sixers-Knicks game? The combination of Martin Luther King Jr. Day and a free League Pass preview. Just when we were ready to rub a Sixers win in the face of our New York-based co-workers, ‘Melo had to pull this rabbit out of his magic hat.…
Everytown for Gun Safety, an advocacy group that seeks to end gun violence in America through stricter gun control laws, has cut a series of ads with NBA stars Chris Paul, Steph Curry, Carmelo Anthony, and Joakim Noah.
Carmelo Anthony has never been one to shy away from mixing it up with his fans and haters on social media, and his latest response to a rude Instagram commenter is that of a man who is feeling pretty fed up.
Carmelo Anthony has made no secret of the fact that he cares deeply about his personal brand, greatly depleting his coolness levels. Now, he’s gone and launched himself into another level of lame-assness.
Here is a photo, taken from Dwyane Wade’s Instagram, of Wade, Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul, and LeBron James drinking some fine wine together in the Bahamas. My two questions: would you wear a t-shirt with your own nickname on it, and is Carmelo a bit faded?
I have no idea why pro tennis player CoCo Vandeweghe was asked for her opinion on Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks, other than the fact that her uncle is former NBA player and GM Kiki Vandeweghe, but I sure am glad it happened.
According to Empire of Soccer, the New York Knicks’ star forward is interested in reviving the Puerto Rican NASL squad, the Puerto Rico Islanders, which was disbanded in 2012.
We more or less knew this was coming, but Carmelo Anthony says it's "very likely" that he'll shut it down for the season after a brief appearance in the All-Star Game. The Knicks' tankjob is going swimmingly.
The Knicks lost again last night, with a starting five of Jose Calderon, Langston Galloway, Carmelo Anthony, Jason Smith, and Lou Amundson. Removing Anthony would be like putting a bolt through a broken-down horse's brain. But that's a pretty accurate simile, come to think of it, and it's no less than the Knicks need…
Yesterday, Carmelo hit a Christmas Day scoring milestone and the Knicks hit a futility-in-general milestone. This seems exactly right.
Stop me if you've heard this before, but the Knicks are a mess.
How much do you trust your team's coach to set up a play during a timeout? Probably more than you should.
Carmelo Anthony hit a clutch, tying three-pointer with two seconds remaining in the Knicks' game tonight in New York against the Jazz. The Knicks still lost, in regulation, thanks to Trey Burke's buzzer-beater.
Carmelo Anthony wore this hat during his postgame interview on Friday night, and boy, is it a hat. It's debatable whether acid-washed pork pie hats are a real thing, or if Anthony created this in a laundry accident that involved a lot of bleach.
Former ING Financial Services trader, Anthony Rotondi, is suing Madison Square Garden for kicking him out of a basketball game. Rotondi was removed with 6.7 seconds from the Knicks January 7th victory over the Detroit Pistons.
"The ball can't stop," is definitionally just some flatulence squeezing out of a hundred basketball coaches at any given moment. But this week, it happens that Phil Jackson, the new Knicks boss messiah, said this while referring to Carmelo, the basketball player whom Jackson signed this offseason. Probably this means…
The Atlanta Hawks haven't exactly been a free agent hot spot for NBA stars, and their recent scandal doesn't look like it will help, at least according to Carmelo Anthony:
NBA forward Carmelo Anthony is already rich. The seven time All-Star just signed a five-year contract with the New York Knicks worth a reported $122 to 129 million. But Anthony wants to gamble with his wealth like everyone else, and is putting part of his fortune into Silicon Valley's startup scene.