Here’s Melo mean-muggin’ with a Panda sitting on his lap, during his promo tour in China. Peep the gloves though! Funny!
Dear Mr.David Stern,
I come to you as a fan of the game, an avid viewer of the regular season and playoffs and we have beef. It is only approaching the second games in the first round of the 2011 playoffs and I am going to need you to do something about these refs. If this continues, we will have major problems sir. The horrible calls that have been called in such close games have made me question the validity of the outcome and if you have something to do with it.
Game 1 the Celtics barely clenched the victory over the Knicks that had held the lead for the majority of the game. With a minute remaining in the game the refs made 2 crucial calls. The first call was the offensive foul called on Melo as he stood beyond the arch. This is not the call you make with the game on the line and less than a minute remaining. This call eventually led to a wide open 3 by Ray Allen which won them the game. But might I add the reason Allen was so wide open was because the refs didn’t make a call on Garnett tripping one of the Knicks players.Both of these calls could have possibly resulted in a different outcome if called correctly. Continue reading Letter to the Commissioner: Dear David Stern
The first game between the Celtics and Knicks was nothing short from excitement and intense. The Knicks held the lead for the majority of the game but the 3rd qtr became interesting. As the Celtics would cut the lead to 2 then to 1 then the Knicks would gain control again. The game was good, and although the star of the team Melo didn’t play to well and got into early foul trouble, Amare Stoudemire showed up and took control of his team.
The game came down to the final seconds where with just 21 seconds remaining and the Celtics down by 1,
Jesus Shuttlesworth Ray Allen pulled up with a 3 that went in to bring the lead to 2. Continue reading Video:Ray "Shuttlesworth" Allen Hits the Game Winning Shot Against the Knicks
After a long,drawn out ordeal of the future of Syracuse Alumni Carmelo Anthony and where his future would take him, he decided to go back to where it all started–The Big Apple. With the mid season trade that transformed Knicks as a true playoff contender–although I preferred and enjoyed watching the talented Raymond Felton and Wilson Chandler in Blue and Orange– the Knicks have added to the competition and toughness of Eastern Conference. Continue reading Back as the King of NY