New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony will be taking his enthusiasm for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to Nickelodeon to head a Turtles by Melo merchandise line.
The All-NBA teams were announced today, and, as with most NBA awards, there was a bit of tomfoolery among the voting populace.
The inevitable sequel to the Michael Bay produced 2014 film Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles will feature a guest appearance by Carmelo Anthony.
The NBA season is finally underway and that means that professional sports’ smoothest and best dressed athletes (it’s no contest in American sports) are hitting the spotlight once more. Of course, it is often the case that behind an amazing man is an amazing women and the NBA is no exception. Without further ado, here
The New York Knicks are having an interesting season.
A lot has been made this season of LeBron James and his chemistry (or lack thereof) with some of his new teammates.
I’m just saying that those are really expensive seats.
New year, same old Knicks.
Unless you’re a fan of trainwrecks, the only thing interesting about the pathetic New York Knicks this season is waiting for the postgame media session to see which goofy hat Carmelo Anthony has chosen to wear on any given night.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, the New York Knicks are a complete and utter disaster this season. At 4-18, they’re only one game ahead of the Philadelphia 76ers for the worst record in the league.
We have heard rumblings of a Carmelo Anthony documentary which details the story of his 2014 free agency ride, and now we finally have a trailer.
The sorry New York Knicks (2-7) lost to the equally sorry Orlando Magic (3-6) Wednesday night, 97-95, in a rare battle involving two Eastern Conference teams that (probably) won’t make the playoffs. While we could point to all sorts of things that contributed to the loss, it’s more fun to boil it down to these