He forced his way out of Denver to go back to his hometown as the savior of the Knicks franchise.

Carmelo Anthony is a scoring machine who is also afraid of playing defense.

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Anthony’s scoring ability is second to none. He averages 25 points, 6.3 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game.

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He now teams with Amar’e Stoudemire on the Knicks as they try to rebuild a Knicks franchise that hasn’t been relevant in years.

In the postseason, Anthony performs just as well, averaging 24.7 points, and 7.3 points per game. But, his shooting is poor in the postseason, hitting on just 41 percent of his shots.

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