Carmelo Anthony F  #7

Current Team: New York Knicks

Born: May 29, 1984 (30 years old)

Birthplace: New York, New York (United States)

Nationality: United States

Height: 6-8 (203cm)     Weight: 235 (107kg)

Current Agent: Leon Rose

Current NBA Status: Under Contract (New York Knicks)

Free Agent: ETO-2018; UFA-2019

Draft Entry: 2003 NBA Draft

Early Entry Info: 2003 Early Entrant

Drafted: Round 1, Pick 3, Denver Nuggets

Pre-Draft Team: Syracuse (Fr)

High School: Oak Hill Academy [Mouth of Wilson, Virginia (United States)]

Website: http://www.thisismelo.com/

Twitter: http://twitter.com/carmeloanthony

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/CarmeloAnthony

Carmelo Anthony News

Carmelo Has Been Advised To Rest Knee For Several Weeks
Carmelo Anthony has been advised to stop playing for a few weeks due to soreness in his left knee.

Nick Friedell/ESPN

Carmelo On Not Signing With Bulls: What's Done Is Done
Carmelo Anthony hopes the Knicks will be able to eventually get him more help.

Fred Kerber/New York Post

Tyson Chandler Feels Sorry For Carmelo
Tyson Chandler feels sorry for his former teammate Carmelo Anthony.

Tim MacMahon/ESPN

Carmelo Anthony Denies Report Of Willingness To Waive No-Trade Clause
Carmelo Anthony has no desire to be traded at the current moment, but he reportedly is growing frustrated with the Knicks' struggles.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Carmelo Anthony Considers Surgery Last Resort For Knee Injury
Carmelo Anthony could postpone surgery until after the season.

Frank Isola/New York Daily News

Carmelo Threatens To Beat Up Hardaway As Tension Between Two Increases
Carmelo Anthony and Tim Hardaway Jr. have reportedly not cared for each other since last season.

Chris Broussard/ESPN

Carmelo: Bulls Were Perfect Fit For Me
Carmelo Anthony privately made a decision to sign with the Bulls in the offseason before changing his mind to stay with the Knicks.

Ian Begley/ESPN

Knicks Concerned Carmelo Anthony's Back Issue Could Be Season-Long
The Knicks are concerned that Carmelo Anthony's injury could become a season-long issue related to the disk.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Carmelo Anthony Leaves Game With Back Spasms
The Knicks described Carmelo Anthony's injury as back spasms.

Scott Cacciola/New York Times

Carmelo Had 'Great Dialogue' With Dwight About Joining Rockets
Carmelo Anthony isn't playing the what-if game with the Rockets and Mavericks playing well.

Al Iannazzone/Newsday

Carmelo Has Been Playing Through Knee Injury Since 2nd Game Of Season
Carmelo Anthony wouldn't say what's wrong with it or what those tests revealed, but he aggravated it on Tuesday.

Al Iannazzone/Newsday

Carmelo Feels 'Energy' Better Around Knicks This Season
Carmelo Anthoyn said the "energy was not right" from the first day of training camp last season.

Ian Begley/ESPN

Jackson: Carmelo Is Knicks' Only 'Certified All-Star', Bargnani Will Thrive In Triangle
Phil Jackson candidly spoke with Charley Rosen about the entire Knicks' roster.

Charley Rosen/ESPN

Carmelo Doesn't Envision Another Scoring Title In New Triange Offense
Carmelo Anthony has averaged 25.3 points over his career.

Frank Isola/New York Daily News

Carmelo To Unveil Dirk-Like Wrong Footed Fade-Away
Carmelo Anthony plans to unveil a fade-away off the wrong foot this season, similar to one of Dirk Nowitzki's most effective moves.

Mitch Abrahmson/New York Daily News

Carmelo: We Don't Have A Choice But To Make Triangle Work
Carmelo Anthony remains committed to making the Triangle offense work.

Mitch Abramson/New York Daily News

Carmelo Anthony Wants To Play For USA In 2016 Olympics
Carmelo Anthony is open to playing for Team USA in what would be his fourth and final Olympic games in 2016.

Frank Isola/New York Daily News

Carmelo Considers Himself NBA's 'Most Underrated Superstar'
Carmelo Anthony re-signed with the Knicks this past offseason amid interest from several top NBA clubs.

Peter Botte/New York Daily News

Carmelo Never Wants To Deal With Free Agency Again
Carmelo Anthony never wants to deal with the free agency process again after signing a five-year, $124 million deal.

Fred Kerber/New York Post

Carmelo Hopes To Become Pioneer As Athlete In Digital Media
Carmelo Anthony and business partner Stuart Goldfarb, former VP of NBC, launched Melo7 Tech Partners this summer.

Fred Kerber/New York Post

Carmelo: Leaving Knicks 'Was Close'
Carmelo Anthony decided to re-sign with the Knicks in July after strongly considering joining the Bulls.

Michael Lee/Washington Post

Carmelo Anthony To Receive $62M Annual Salary Advance Over Five-Year Deal
Carmelo Anthony will not receive half of his $124 million deal this year but will get it annually in salary advancements.

Chris Herring/Wall Street Journal

Carmelo Anthony Appearing To Lose Weight
Carmelo Anthony posted a picture on his Instagram that showed an apparent weight loss.

Cork Gaines/Business Insider

Carmelo Struggled To Choose Between Knicks, Bulls
Carmelo Anthony believes the Knicks aren't too far away from becoming a contender.

Jeff Goodman/ESPN

Carmelo Has No-Trade Clause In $124M Deal With Knicks
Carmelo Anthony's contract with the Knicks is worth $124,064,681 over five seasons. Anthony also has a no-trade clause and a 15-percent trade kicker.

Marc Stein/ESPN

Carmelo Took $6M Less In Salary, Re-Signs With Knicks For $123M
Carmelo Anthony will create about $2 million in additional cap space in 2015.

Marc Berman/New York Post

Carmelo Anthony Announces Decision To Re-Sign With Knicks
Carmelo Anthony has announced his decision to re-sign with the Knicks on a five-year deal worth over $120 million.

RealGM Staff Report

Carmelo Anthony To Re-Sign With Knicks On Five-Year, $120M-Plus Deal
Carmelo Anthony will inform the Knicks he will re-sign with the club later on Saturday.

Adrian Wojnarowski/Yahoo! Sports

Carmelo Anthony Not Expected To Make Decision On Friday
Carmelo Anthony is still deciding between the Knicks, Bulls and Lakers.

Marc J. Spears/Yahoo! Sports

Carmelo Reconsidering Bulls As Option
The Bulls are internally trying to figure out how to close a deal with Carmelo Anthony.

Mike McGraw/Chicago Daily Herald

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