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Carmelo Kiyan Anthony (born May 29, 1984) is an American professional basketball player for the Denver Nuggets, of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He has also played with the United States national basketball team. He went to Towson Catholic for high school and decided to go to Syracuse for college. As a freshman in college, Anthony led Syracuse University to a 30–5 record and the school's first NCAA championship in men's basketball in 2003.
Carmelo Anthony said during his exit interview with the team that he’ll be getting his injured shoulder checked out now that the season is over. Anthony wore a protective sleeve on his left shoulder during the postseason after he got it beaten...
On Tuesday I went over the Knicks' financial situation for the next three years, so keep that in mind as we go through the offseason decisions that the Knicks will have to make. Here are where the pivotal points are going to be.
Some of the players were old, though the Knicks say their team is young in its development. So they feel they need time, not an overhaul, to get further next season.
Amar'e Stoudemire will go into next season with $45 million left on his contract and no guarantee of a starting job. He also could remain a reserve who plays restricted minutes.
Over the course of the offseason, Buckets Over Broadway will be doing year-end report cards of the New York Knicks roster. The roster experienced a decent amount of overhaul this season, so we’ll simply be covering the core players of the 2012-...
"I think we took a step forward," Knicks general manager Glen Grunwald told Mike Francesa on Tuesday. "Obviously we didn't get to the ultimate goal, which we're trying to reach, but it's not over. I like the team. I'm not discouraged."...
Big changes are not coming now. They are two years away. They do have to get better, but that will be incremental, not dramatic. The Knicks are Melo’s team, and right now, that’s a good thing.
As to the outcome of Anthony's exam? Neither a wait-and-see approach nor surgery would be surprising. However, this injury is more than a warning sign and it doesn't bode well.
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony won't need surgery on his troublesome knee, and the team hopes it'll be the same for his injured shoulder, according to the New York Daily News.
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