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USA BASKETBALL NOTES:

  • Honors:  Selected 2016 USA Basketball Co-Male Athlete of the Year; 2006 USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year; named to the five-man 2006 FIBA World Championship All-Tournament Team.
  • Gold Medals: 2016 Olympic Games, 2012 Olympic Games, 2008 Olympic Games, 2007 FIBA Americas Championship.
  • Silver Medal: 2001 USA Basketball Youth Development Festival.
  • Bronze Medals: 2006 FIBA World Championship, 2004 Olympic Games.

  • Became USA Basketball’s first four-time men’s Olympian, the first four-time men’s medalist and the first men’s player to win three Olympic gold medals.
  • Has played on 14 USA Basketball teams, appeared in 85 games and compiled 1265 points (14.9 ppg.), 365 (4.3 rpg.) rebounds and 116 (1.4 apg.) assists.
  • In the U.S. Olympic men’s career record book, ranks first in games played (31), points (336), field goals made (113), field goals attempted (262), rebounds (125), 3-point field goals attempted (139), free throws made (53) and free throws attempted (71); and second in 3-point field goals made (57). 
  • Member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Men’s Basketball Team, started in all eight games and averaged a team second-best 12.1 points to go with 5.3 rebounds and 2.3 assists in 23.3 minutes per game to help the USA to an 8-0 record and a third-straight Olympic gold medal from Aug. 6-21 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Shot 39.3 percent from the field (33-84 FGs), 40.0 percent from 3-point (18-45 3pt FGs) and 61.9 percent from the line (13-21 FTs).
  • Against Australia on Aug. 10, 2016, recorded single-game Olympic highs for 3-point field goals made (9) and 3-point attempts (15), while also recording the fourth-highest scoring output (31 points) and tying for the second-most field goals made (11).
  • His 31 points against Australia on Aug. 10, 2016, tied for the second-highest, single-game scoring output in the U.S. men’s Olympic record book, and his 15 3-point attempts in that game set a U.S. men’s record.
  • Among all players in the 12-team 2016 Olympic field, ranked third in 3-point field goal attempts (45), tied for third in 3-point field goals made (18) and tied for 10th in points scored (97).
  • Member of the 2016 USA National Team that finished its pre-Olympic tour with a 5-0 record. Averaged a team third-best 13.6 ppg., 6.8 rpg., 1.8 apg. and 1.0 spg. His four starts were tied for a team-high.
  • Named a member of the 2016 U.S. Olympic Men's Basketball Team on June 27, 2016.
  • With his selection to the 2016 Olympic Team, the three-time Olympic medalist becomes the first United States male basketball player selected to four Olympic teams. 
  • Named a member of the 2014-16 USA Men’s National Team on Jan. 23, 2014.
  • Member of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team that finished 8-0 and won the gold medal. Averaged a team second best 16.3 ppg., 4.8 rpg. and 1.3 apg., and shot 53.5 percent from the field and 50.0 percent from 3-point.
  • In the USA's 156-73 win over Nigeria in 2012 Olympic preliminary round play, scored a U.S. Olympic single-game record of 37 points in just 14:29 minutes of action, and made 10-of-12 from 3-point to set U.S. Olympic marks for 3-pointers made and attempted.
  • Member of the 2012 USA National Team that finished pre-Olympic tour with a 5-0 record. Averaged a team third best 13.2 ppg., 3.6 rpg. and 1.0 apg.
  • Named a finalist for the 2012 USA Men’s Olympic Team on Jan. 16, 2012.
  • Named a member of the 2010-12 USA Men’s National Team on Feb. 10, 2010.
  • Member of the 2008 U.S. Olympic Team that finished 8-0 and won the gold medal. Averaged a team fourth best 11.0 ppg., 4.3 rpg. and 1.0 spg.
  • Member of the 2008 USA Senior National Team that finished pre-Olympic tour with a 5-0 record. Averaged a team second best 15.4 ppg., 5.2 rpg. and 1.8 apg.
  • Member of the 2007 USA FIBA Americas Championship Team that finished 10-0, won gold and qualified the United States men for the 2008 Olympics. Started and played in nine of the USA’s 10 games and averaged a team best 21.2 ppg., added a team 2nd best 5.2 rpg., 1.4 apg., a team 4th most 19.4 mpg., while shooting 61.3 percent (65-106 FGs) from the field, 57.8 percent (26-45 3pt FGs) from 3-point, and 71.4 percent (35-49 FTs) from the foul line. Tied for team lead in made and attempted free throws, ranked second on team for made field goals, made 3-pointers.
  • Among all FIBA Americas Championship competitors he ranked 2nd in scoring, 4th in made 3-point field goals per game (2.89), 5th in 3-point percentage, 7th in field goal percentage, and 17th in rebounding.
  • Set USA records for an Olympic qualifying tournament for points averaged, total points scored, most made and attempted free throws, ranks second for made and attempted FGs, second for 3-point percentage, tied for second for most made 3-point FGs, fourth for most attempted 3-point FGs.
  • His 28 points versus Mexico ranks tied for the second most for the USA in an Olympic qualifying game; his 27 points versus Puerto Rico ranks tied for fourth highest; Set a USA single game record for field goals attempted with 17 versus Mexico.
  • In the 2007 State Farm USA Basketball Challenge he helped lead the Blue to a come-from-behind 105-104 victory and recorded a game high 28 points, and added 6 rebounds, 4 assists and 3steals in 34 minutes.
  • Named the 2006 USA Basketball Male Athlete of the Year.
  • Helped lead USA to an 8-1 record and bronze medal at the 2006 FIBA World Championship in Japan.
  • Named to the five-man 2006 FIBA World Championship All-Tournament Team and was named a team tri-captain.
  • Finished as the USA's leading scorer at the Worlds, averaged 19.9 ppg. while playing 23.9 mpg. Shot 50.4 percent from the field, 44.0 percent from 3-point, while adding 3.7 rpg., 1.9 spg. and 1.4 apg.
  • His 179 points scored and 19.9 scoring average in the 2006 FIBA World Championship rank as the second most by a USA player in World Championship play, trailing only Luther Burden's 182 points and 20.2 ppg. average in 1974.
  • Also set a U.S. single-game scoring mark with 35 points versus Italy. His 13 made field goals in that contest also tied a U.S. team record for most made field goals in a game.
  • Shot 22-for-50 from behind the 3-point arc and now ranks fourth on the USA all-time World Championship list for 3-pointers made in the championship and his 50 attempts ranks fourth all-time. His 17 steals ranks him tied for 6th for steals in a World Championship.
  • Finished the 2006 FIBA World Championship ranked 6th in scoring, 9th for made 3-pointers per game, and ranked tied for n9h in steals.
  • Named on March 5, 2006, to the 2006-2008 USA Basketball Men's Senior National Team.
  • Member of the 2004 U.S. Olympic basketball team that finished 5-3 and won the bronze medal, played in seven of the USA's eight Olympic games, averaged 2.4 ppg. and 1.6 rpg.
  • Member of the 2004 USA Basketball Men's Senior National Team that compiled a 5-1 record in its pre-Olympic training, played in all six games, averaged a team third best 10.1 ppg., 2.8 rpg. and 2.0 apg.
  • Member of the 2002 USA Junior World Championship Qualifying Team that traveled to Isla de Margarita, Venezuela, and finished 4-1 and won the bronze medal. Started all five games and averaged a team leading 15.6 ppg., 6.2 rpg. (second on team), 1.8 apg., and shot 54.1 percent from the field.
  • Participated in the 2001 USA Basketball Men’s Youth Development Festival for the silver medalist East Team, averaged a team high and tied with LeBron James for a Festival best 24.0 ppg, while adding 4.3 rpg. and shooting a Festival high 66.1 percent (39-59 FGs) from the floor and 76.5 percent (13-17 FTs) from the foul line.


NBA HONORS:

  • Named All-NBA second team in 2010 and 2013.
  • Named All-NBA third team in 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2012.
  • An unanimous selection for 2003-04 NBA All-Rookie first team and finished a close second in Rookie of the Year voting.
  • Nine-time (2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016) NBA Conference All-Star Team member and eight-time starter (2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016).
  • Named a starter for the Eastern Conference 2016 All-Star Team and finished with 13 points and 6 rebounds in 23 minutes of action.
  • Named a starter for the Eastern Conference 2015 All-Star Team and finished with 14 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals in 31 minutes of action.
  • Named a starter for the Eastern Conference 2014 All-Star Team and finished with 30 points, 5 rebounds and 2 assists in 30 minutes of action.
  • Named a starter for the Eastern Conference 2013 All-Star Team and finished with 26 points, 12 rebounds and 3 assists in 26 minutes of action.
  • Named a starter for the Eastern Conference 2012 All-Star Team and finished with 19 points, 9 rebounds and 2 steals in 30 minutes of action.
  • Named a starter for the Western Conference 2011 All-Star Team and finished with 8 points, 7 rebounds, 2 assists, 1 blocked shot and 1 steal in 23 minutes.
  • Named a starter for the Western Conference 2010 All-Star Team and finished with a team high 27 points (13-22 FGs), 10 rebounds and 2 assists in 29 minutes.
  • Selected a reserve member of the 2007 NBA Western Conference All-Star Team. Accounted for 20 points (10-15 FGs), 9 rebounds, 1 assist and 1 steal in 25 minutes of action to help lead the West to a 153-132 win over the East.
  • Scored a game-high 31 points and earned MVP honors in leading the Sophomores to a 133-106 win over the Rookies in the 2005 Rookie Challenge.
  • Competed in the 2004 Rookie Challenge and recorded 17 points, 5 assists and 3 rebounds in 30 minutes.
  • Won all six Rookie of the Month awards for the Western Conference to join LeBron James, San Antonio greats David Robinson (1989-90) and Tim Duncan (1997-98) as the only rookies in NBA history to earn Rookie of the Month honors every month of their inaugural season.

NBA MILESTONES:

  • Ranks 29th in NBA all-time regular season career scoring (22,497), 8th highest active player, 174th in rebounding (5993), 174th in steals (974), 235th in assists (2844), 40th in made field goals (8014), 32nd in attempted field goals (17,683), 82nd in made 3-point field goals (1021), 73rd in attempted 3-point field goals (2966), 28th in free throws made (5448), 34th in attempted free throws (6710), 184th in free throw percentage (.8118), 227th in games played (902), and 99th in minutes played (32,796).
  • Scored his 20,000th career point versus Charlotte (11/2/14), becoming the 40th player in league history to score over 20,000 points in their careers.
  • Scored his 12,000th career point versus Boston (2/21/10), becoming the third youngest player in NBA history to reach the 12,000-point plateau (behind only LeBron James and Kobe Bryant).
  • Led the NBA in scoring in 2012-13 averaging 28.7 ppg.
  • In 8 seasons with Denver Nuggets, finished ranked 2nd in career free throws attempted (4462), 3rd in all-time scoring (13,970), 3rd in minutes played (20,521), 3rd in field goals made (4989) and attempted (10,877), 3rd in 3pt field goals attempted (1320), 3rd in free throws made (3582), 6th in 3pt field goals made (410), and 9th in rebounds (3566).
  • Tied Alex English’s Nuggets NBA team record of six consecutive 30+ games twice in 2006-07.
  • Became the second-youngest player in NBA history (19 years, 305 days) to score 40 points in a game when he recorded a Nuggets rookie record with 41 points against Seattle on March 30, 2004. Shot 19-29 from the field, both career-highs and his 19 made field goals set a Pepsi Center record.
  • At 19 years and 151 days old, became the second-youngest player (Kobe Bryant) in NBA history to score 30 points after recording 30 points in his sixth career game - fewest games for a Nuggets rookie to reach 30 points.
  • Became the third-youngest player in NBA history to reach the 1,000 point plateau.


NBA NOTES:

  • Completed in 2015-16 his 13th NBA season, and 5th full season with the Knicks after 7 and a half with Denver.
  • Traded to the New York Knicks on Feb. 22, 2011.
  • Has played and started in 902 NBA regular season games, has averaged 24.9 ppg., 6.6 rpg., 3.2 apg., 1.1 spg., while shooting 45.3 percent from the field, 34.4 percent from 3-point and 81.2 percent from the foul line.
  • Has appeared and started in 66 career postseason games, has averaged 25.7 ppg., 7.3 rpg., 2.8 apg. and 1.3 spg.
  • Played and started in 72 games in 2015-16, averaged 21.8 ppg. (13th in the NBA), 7.7 rpg. (33rd in the NBA), 4.2 apg., 0.9 spg., shot 43.4 percent from the field, 33.9 from 3-point and 82.9 percent from the foul line. Ranked 23rd in the NBA in efficiency (21.4).
  • Drafted in the first round, No. 3 overall, of the 2003 NBA Draft by Denver. Became an early entry candidate after one collegiate season at Syracuse University.

COLLEGIATE NOTES:

  • Led Syracuse in 2002-03 to a 30-5 record and the school's first NCAA championship.
  • Named by Associated Press All-America second team as a freshman. Also named Most Outstanding Player of the 2003 Final Four and of the NCAA East Regional.
  • In the NCAA national championship game victory over Kansas, recorded 20 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, and in the Final Four win over Texas, exploded for a season-high 33 points and 14 rebounds.
  • Averaged in SU’s six NCAA games 20.2 ppg. and 9.8 rpg.
  • Consensus National Freshman of the Year, unanimous choice as 2003 Big East Conference Freshman of the Year and was an All-Big East first team selection.
  • Named Big East Rookie of the Week a league-record 10 times.
  • As a freshman in 2002-03, averaged 22.2 ppg. (16th in the NCAA) and 10.0 rpg. (19th in the NCAA).
  • Led team in scoring, rebounding, minutes played (36.4 mpg.), field goals made and attempted, free throws made and attempted,was second in assists (2.2 apg.), steals (1.57 spg.) and in 3-pointers made and attempted.


PERSONAL NOTES:

  • Born May 29, 1984 in New York, New York.
  • Full name is Carmelo Kyam Anthony, son of Mary Anthony.
  • Has two brothers, Robert and Wilford, a sister, Michelle, and half sister Daphne.
  • He and wife La La Vazquez have a son, Kiyan (pronounced kai-ann) Anthony.
  • Led Oak Hill Academy to a 32-1 record and a No. 3 final ranking in USA Today in 2001-02. Named 2002 All-America first team by USA Today and Parade Magazine and was named to the McDonald's All-American Team.
  • Also attended Towson Catholic High School (Md.).
  • Opened the Carmelo Anthony Youth Development Center in East Baltimore in 2006.
  • Made a major contribution to the construction of the Carmelo K. Anthony Basketball Center at Syracuse University.


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USA Basketball Statistics

TEAM
G/S
MIN/AVG
FGM-FGA
PCT
3PM-3PA
PCT
FTM-FTA
PCT
REB/AVG
PTS/AVG
AST
BLK
STL
2016 OLY 8/8 186/23.3 33- 84 .393 18- 45 .400 13- 21 .619 42/ 5.3 97/ 12.1 18 2 5
2016 MNT 5/4   96/19.2 24- 56 .429 10- 32 .313 10- 16 .625 34/ 6.8 68/ 13.6 9 1 5
2012 OLY 8/0 142/17.8 46-  86 .535 23-  46 .500 15-  19 .789 38/ 4.8 130/ 16.3 10 0 4
2012 MNT 5/2   94/18.8 24-  46 .522   8-  20 .400 10-  13 .769 18/ 3.6 66/ 13.2 5 1 3
2008 OLY 8/8 153/19.1 27-  64 .422 14-  37 .378 24-  29 .828 34/ 4.3 92/ 11.5 3 2 8
2008 MNT 5/5 105/21.0 26-  50 .520   4-  16 .250 21-  22 .955 26/ 5.2 77/ 15.4 9 2 3
2007 OLYQ 9/9 175/19.4 65-106 .613 26-  45 .578 35-  49 .714 47/ 5.2 191/ 21.2 13 3 6
2007 MNT 1/1   34/34.0 11-  23 .478  2-    5 .400   4-    5 .800 6/ 6.0 28/ 28.0 4 0 3
2006 WC 9/8 215/23.9 64-127 .504 22-  50 .440 29-  46 .630 33/ 3.7 179/ 19.9 14 0 17
2006 MNT 5/3   86/17.2 31-  55 .564   8-  17 .471 14-  19 .737 11/ 2.2 84/ 16.8 5 1 7
2004 OLY 7/0   47/ 6.7   7-  28 .250   2-  11 .182   1-    2 .500 11/ 1.6 17/   2.4 0 0 2
2004 MNT 6/0 104/17.3 20-  52 .385   5-  17 .294 17-  21 .810 17/ 2.8 62/ 10.3 12 2 5
2002 JWCQ 5/5 111/22.2 33-  61 .541   3-    9 .333   9-  15 .600 31/ 6.2 78/ 15.6 9 1 6
2001 YDF-East 4/0   74/18.5 39-  59 .661 5-  13 .385 13-  17 .765 17/ 4.3 96/ 24.0 5 1 4
Totals
85/53
1622/19.1
450-897
.502
150-363
.413
215-294
.731
365/ 4.3
1265/ 14.9
116
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