Awards and Honors by Year:
2003-04 - All-Rookie First Team
2005-06 - All-NBA Third Team
2006-07 - All-NBA Third Team
2008-09 - All-NBA Third Team
2009-10 - All-NBA Second Team
2011-12 - All-NBA Third Team
“He’s a team player. He doesn’t care about his own stats. He’ll give the ball up; he’ll rebound if you have to have a rebound.”
The Denver Post reported Monday night that Anthony was traded to the New York Knicks in a blockbuster deal.
Established in 2005, The Carmelo Anthony Foundation is the vehicle by which Carmelo gives back to the community through a variety of outreach programs and donations.
The mission of this nonprofit organization is to positively impact the lives of those living in underserved communities through 3 key focus
areas – education, recreation & community outreach.
“As a teenager, I wanted to meet her someday, and it came true…We’ve been together for eight years, and we’ve kind of made it work. I have my things, and she has hers. I mean, it would be bad if only one of us had things going on.”
Three-time U.S. Olympian and two-time gold-medalist was key factor in gold-medal win at 2012 London Games...Member of gold medal-winning U.S. Olympic teams in 2008 and 2012; member of bronze medal-winning U.S. squad in 2004.
He was a first-round pick by the Denver Nuggets
in the 2003 draft and in his first year, he averaged 21 points per game and helped
the Nuggets to one the biggest turn arounds in the NBA.
In his only season at Syracuse, named Second Team All-America by The Associated Press as a freshman in 2002-03, leading Orangemen to 30-5 record and school's first NCAA Championship...Named Most Outstanding Player of the 2003 Final Four and East Regional...Consensus national Freshman of the Year
Naturally, college coaches around the country took notice, and by his junior year, Anthony had committed to playing for Syracuse University. But in order to meet the school's academic requirements, Anthony transferred to Oak Hill Academy, a Virginia private boarding school with a strict disciplinary culture that has long catered to future National Basketball Association players.
The youngest of four children, Carmelo Kyam Anthony was born on May 29, 1984, in Brooklyn, New York. Raised in Baltimore, Maryland, Anthony experienced a bumpy childhood. When he was 2, his father, Carmelo Iriarte, died of liver failure. That left the care of the young boy and his three older siblings in the hands of his mother, Mary, who kept food on the table by working as a housekeeper.