Carmelo Anthony reveals the inspiration behind his new Jordan shoes, the M11s.
Carmelo Anthony traveled to Paris to attend the World Street Championship, visit Kenzo's house, pop in at Niketown, and take in everything Paris has to offer.
The Players’ Tribune has an exclusive look at the roles the media and fans played in Melo’s 2014 free agency mayhem. Hear from the perennial All-Star as he explains how each impacted his decision to return to the Big Apple. Carmelo Anthony: Made in New York premieres Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 10:30 p.m. on the MSG Network.
Check out Carmelo Anthony discuss his shooting mindset during games.
On Tuesday Nov. 11th, Feed the Children, AVON, professional basketball all-star Carmelo Anthony, and the Carmelo Anthony Foundation provided 800 families living in Harlem with food and essentials.
With 10 deals totaling over $300 million announced in the last 10 months, the growing chunk of cash at stake for Carmelo is no joke.
Carmelo Anthony talks with ESPN Magazine about his business ventures in the tech world as he prepares for life after basketball.
A recap of Carmelo Anthony's Tools For Teachers event.
Selfish? Greedy? The Knicks star knows his rep. But he has a plan to change all that. Make more money.
Carmelo Anthony scores an NBA season-high 46 points and nails the big triple to tie it up towards the end in the Knicks game against the Jazz.
Since creating Melo7 Tech Partners with co-founder Stuart Goldfarb, the seed and early stage venture entity has invested in ten different projects.
The Carmelo Anthony Foundation and Avon Partner with Feed the Children to Bring Hope to Harlem Residents
Corporations and Nonprofits Unite to Bring Food to 800 Harlem Families.
EBONY’s Cory Townes sat with the New York Knicks star as he helped feed New York Families this Winter.
“What’s going on the court is minor compared to what’s out there in the real world,” the New York Knicks’ prized player told the Daily News.
Melo pulls the defense as Shumpert Slashes to the basket and is on the receiving end of wicked no-look pass.
Carmelo Anthony drains the three to give him 20,000 career points, making him the 40th player in NBA history to reach that mark.
Melo is now the 40th player in NBA history to do so.
Check out Carmelo Anthony’s milestones throughout his career from his first points in Denver to his 20,000th point at Madison Square Garden.
According to Syracuse.com, Anthony, who's previously appeared in "Law and Order: SVU" and "Nurse Jackie," filmed the scene over the summer.
This marks the second year that the Carmelo Anthony Foundation handed out supplies via its Tools for Teachers Initiative.
“It wouldn’t have been the same,” he said. “It wouldn’t have been the same going somewhere else and winning a championship.
Phil Jackson believes he can help Anthony become even greater than he already is.
Preseason Game #4 Recap: Carmelo Anthony, New York Knicks Too Much to Handle For Boston Celtics, 96-80
New York Knicks get revenge on Saturday.
Carmelo Anthony's post game interview.