Carmelo Anthony shot 5-of-19 from the field for 15 points against the Thunder on Sunday to go with seven boards, five assists, one steal and one 3-pointer.» Source
Melo couldn't keep up with Durant as he struggled shooting the ball. If Melo struggles, then the Knicks struggle. Look for him to bounce back Wednesday night vs the Sacramento Kings. Analyst: Mark Kaplan View Profile
Carmelo Anthony dropped 31 points on his former team to go with three rebounds, two assists, a steal, and a block as the Knicks defeated the Nuggets 117-90.» Source
Despite sitting out the fourth quarter, Anthony was still able to score 31 points on 12-21 shooting and 4-9 from behind the arc. He continues to play on a different planet and is making a strong case for MVP consideration. Antony has shown no signs of slowing down although playing a lot of his time in the post. Analyst: Matthew Beck View Profile
Carmelo Anthony named Eastern Conference Player of the Month for January. » Source
Anthony averaged 28.7 ppg, 45.2% shooting from the field and almost 50% from three point range to go with 9.0 rpg, 3.4 apg, and 1.4 spg for the month of January that included a Knicks franchise record, Madison Square Garden single-game record, and the current top single point total in a game this season in the NBA when he dropped 62 points on the Bobcats. Analyst: Michael Pichan View Profile
Carmelo Anthony scored a team-high 26 points in the loss to the Trail Blazers Wednesday. He also had eight rebounds, two blocks and one steal.» Source
For Anthony, Wednesday marked the 11th straight game in which he has scored at least 24 points. Not too shabby for someone playing out of position. Unless he starts to prove us otherwise, he remains an elite fantasy option. Analyst: Matthew Beck View Profile
Carmelo Anthony scored 36 points with five rebounds and three assists in the loss to the Bucks on Monday. Anthont made 5-10 shots from behind the arc.» Source
Anthony continued his recent serge Monday night and is now averaging 30.0 points, 6.2 rebounds, 3.4 assists and 1.2 steals over his last five games. The move to the power forward position has actually increased Anthony's production, considering how good his post game can be, so there is no reason to think this recent bump in production will go away anytime soon. Analyst: Matthew Beck View Profile
La La Anthony "definitely" thinks her husband, free-agent-to-be Carmelo Anthony, will re-sign with the New York Knicks this summer.
"I definitely think he will stay [in New York]. I know that he wants to stay and I support him wherever he wants to go," La La Anthony said in an interview with Bravo TV's "Watch What Happens Live." "Listen, I used to live in Denver with him. If I can live in Denver, I can live anywhere. I just want him to be happy."
Carmelo Anthony says he will test free agency this summer. He is under contract through the 2014-15 season but can opt out after this year. Under the current collective bargaining agreement, the Knicks can offer him a maximum contract of $129 million over five years.» Source