Carmelo Anthony’s 2003 Syracuse team defeated 13-seeded Manhattan en route to one of the most brilliant all-encompassing performances of March Mayhem. The Syracuse Orange find themselves in the March
“Melo,” a trending topic on Twitter a few days ago, perfectly portrays the changing of an era in the history of the NBA. The trend brought up an interesting debate of whether the nickname
Melo and his associates reimagine the creative spaces and cultural landscape for diversity and the underserved, starting within fashion.
He was a superstar, a dynamic scorer like we had never seen before. Carmelo Anthony just had a knack for putting the ball in the basket.
Slandering Carmelo Anthony seems to be the new trend these days as everyone impatiently waits for him to finally accept a trade and leave NY.
It’s no secret Carmelo Anthony wants to leave New York.