Welcome to shrine of Carmelo Anthony.
Carmelo Anthony's game is reminiscent of the prolific scoring small
forwards of the 80s - Bernard King, Adrian Dantley,
Alex English. He can score from anywhere on the court, rebound
like a power forward and consistently get to the free throw line.
Shoulders the load of being the leader on offense without being
Weakness : It's a good dimension, but Carmelo
contributes nothing on defense, doesn't have the quickness to be a
great man defender and his passing skill is unproven and not high on
He has lot to learn in pro NBA and I am sure that he will work on
You have seen the best of Anthony's basketball, this wondrous 6-8
freshman small forward, from his 27-point Division I debut at New
York's Madison Square Garden to his 5-for-5 long-range perfection at
Michigan State to his 33-point destruction of Texas in the national
semifinals and, finally, to the 20-point, 10-rebound, seven-assist
masterwork Monday night against Kansas that helped secure Syracuse's
first national championship.
High School: As a high school senior, led Oak Hill Academy
to a 32-1 record and a No. 3 final national ranking in USA Today.
Averaged 21.7 points and 7.4 rebounds. Named First Team All-America by
USA Today and PARADE and was named to the McDonald’s All-American
Team. In the McDonald’s All-American Game, scored 19 points to help
the East to victory. In junior season at Towson Catholic, named Player
of the Year in Baltimore and All-Metro Player of the Year by the
Baltimore Sun. Averaged 23 points and 10.3 rebounds.
Height: 6'8" / 2,03 m
Weight: 220 lbs. / 99,8 kg
Shoe size: 14
Shoe deal: Nike Team Jordan