10 Best Carmelo Anthony Shoes
Updated on: March 2023
Best Carmelo Anthony Shoes in 2023
adidas D Rose 773 III Mens Basketball Shoe 13 Aluminum-Black-White
- Mens Shoes
- Athletic Shoes
Jordan MELO M13 Mens Basketball-Shoes 881562-618_12 - Gym RED/Gym RED-Black
Nike Men's Melo M11 Basketball Shoes, 8.5 D(M) US
- Molded collar and quarter upper optimizes the fit to give your ankles the support they need during quick cuts.
- Flight Web fit system wraps your foot for lockdown.
- Partial bootie construction for a sock-like fit.
- Forefoot Nike Zoom unit for low-profile, responsive cushioning that gives you great bounce off the floor.
- Solid rubber outsole with engineered multidirectional pattern for traction.
Jordan 13 Retro Carmelo Anthony Class of 2002 Mens Style: 414571-035 Size: 13
Jordan MELO M13 Mens Basketball-Shoes 881562-618_11.5 - Gym RED/Gym RED-Black
ANTA Men's KT2 2017 Basketball Shoes (11 D(M) US, KT2-Post Home-White/Royal Blue/Yellow)
- Lateral flare stabilizing sharp cuts and explosive side-to-side movements
- The additional wing-like design on the heel further enhances support on the achilles while the external injected heel cup maximizes rear foot
- Fused Mono-mesh | Suede | Air-Mesh Tri-layer quarter provides maximum breathability and control
- Mid-top collar offers comfort and support without restricting movement; Heel and forefoot Zoom Air units deliver responsiveness
- Recommend to choose size with 1/2 size more.
Nike Jordan 13 Retro Carmelo Anthony Class of 2002 Mens Style (11 M US, Black/University RED-University Gold)
Nike Men's Air Versitile Iii Basketball Shoe (10.5) Black/Game Royal-White
Jordan Nike Men's Melo M12 Red/Yellow/Metalic Gold Star 827176-696 (Size: 12)
- Brand New
- 100% Authentic
- Original Packaging
Nike Jordan Men's Jordan Melo M12 Unvrsty Bl/Mtllc Slvr/Mdnght N Basketball Shoe 9 Men US
- Interior foam pads for a comfortable, supportive fit
- Nike zoom air cushioning
NBA Power Rankings at the Trade Deadline
Heading into the NBA trade deadline, the San Antonio Spurs sit atop the NBA Power Rankings with a five-game lead on the rest of the pack. The Denver Nuggets are still mired in the Carmelo Anthony situation and have just a few days to resolve it.
Until then, here is a ranking of all 30 teams based on how they have performed so far, as well as where-after some trade deadline wheeling and dealing-they may wind up at the end of the regular season.
Off: Points scored per 100 possessions
Def: Points allowed per 100 possessions
Diff: Points scored and points allowed differential per 100 possessions
Predicted Record: The record the author predicted each team to have at this point in the season
(All statistics and records are through February 20)
Rank 1: San Antonio Spurs (Record: 46-10, Predicted Record: 37-19 , Off: 109.0, Def: 100.8, Diff: 8.2)
Despite a loss to the Chicago Bulls heading into the All-Star Break, the Spurs remain a full five games ahead of the pack.
Rank 2: Dallas Mavericks (Record: 40-16, Predicted Record: 37-19 , Off: 107.2, Def: 102.9, Diff: 4.3)
The Mavericks are a solid 17-8 against the East and an undefeated 4-0 against the Boston Celtics and Miami Heat.
Rank 3: Boston Celtics (Record: 40-14, Predicted Record: 36-18 , Off: 105.1, Def: 97.5, Diff: 7.6)
The defending Eastern Conference Champions have faced the Miami Heat All-Star Trio thrice and have won each game giving them the head-to-head tiebreaker.
Rank 4: Miami Heat (Record: 41-15, Predicted Record: 45-11 , Off: 108.7, Def: 99.6, Diff: 9.1)
The Heat, who have the best efficiency differential, are the only team ranked in the top five in both defensive and offensive efficiency.
Rank 5: Chicago Bulls (Record: 38-16, Predicted Record: 32-22 , Off: 104.0, Def: 97.4, Diff: 6.6)
The magic number for the Bulls appears to be 100. When Chicago allows the opponent to score 100 points or more they are an atrocious 2-11; but they are an astonishing 36-5 when opponents fail to reach the century mark.
Rank 6: Los Angeles Lakers (Record: 38-19, Predicted Record: 45-12 , Off: 108.6, Def: 102.2, Diff: 6.4)
Riding a three-game losing streak-including a loss to the lowly Cleveland Cavaliers-the All-Star Break couldn't have come at a better time for the Lakers.
Rank 7: Orlando Magic (Record: 36-21, Predicted Record: 42-16 , Off: 106.0, Def: 99.3, Diff: 6.7)
Yes, yes the Magic have had their struggles against teams above .500 this season. But they have already beaten ever team ahead of them in these rankings at least once.
Rank 8: Oklahoma City (Record: 35-19, Predicted Record: 34-20 , Off: 108.1, Def: 104.9, Diff: 3.2)
The Thunder, who lead the NBA in free throws made (25.0 per game), free throws attempted (30.3 per game), and free-throw percentage (82.7%), use their ability to get to the line to help them win close games (9-3 in games decided by three point or less and 5-1 in overtime games).
Rank 9: Portland Trail Blazers (Record: 32-24, Predicted Record: 38-18 , Off: 104.8, Def: 104.3, Diff: 0.5)
The Trail Blazers were 12-14 when Brandon Roy left the lineup back on December 16. During Roy's absence, LaMarcus Aldridge has helped carry the team to a 20-10 record. With Roy set to return to the lineup shortly, whose hands will the Trail Blazers put the ball in, in late-game situations?
Rank 10: Atlanta Hawks (Record: 34-21, Predicted Record: 35-21 , Off: 104.5, Def: 103.4, Diff: 1.1)
After completing a five-game Western road swing, the Hawks will finish the season with 15 of their final 22 in Philips Arena.
Rank 11: New Orleans Hornets (Record: 33-25, Predicted Record: 31-27 , Off: 103.5, Def: 100.9, Diff: 2.6)
Since their 10-game winning streak, the Hornets are an abysmal 2-9 and have given up 100 points or more nine times while reaching 100 points themselves only twice.
Rank 12: Memphis Grizzlies (Record: 31-26, Predicted Record: 27-30 , Off: 103.0, Def: 102.4, Diff: 0.6)
On the same night that O.J. Mayo returned to the Grizzlies lineup, Memphis lost Rudy Gay for at least four weeks to a shoulder injury. With the Grizzlies battling for a playoff spot in the tough Western Conference, they will need Gay back as quickly as possible.
Rank 13: Denver Nuggets (Record: 32-25, Predicted Record: 34-23 , Off: 109.7, Def: 107.2, Diff: 2.5)
Several months ago, the Nuggets began exploring trade options for Carmelo Anthony. Well with the trade deadline just days away and Anthony still in a Nuggets uniform, Denver's management must be feeling the pressure to do something, right?
Rank 14: Utah Jazz (Record: 31-26, Predicted Record: 34-23 , Off: 105.2, Def: 105.9, Diff: -0.7)
The Jazz, who are still seeking their first win in the post-Jerry Sloan era, open the second half of the season with a three-games-in-four-nights road trip.
Rank 15: Phoenix Suns (Record: 27-27, Predicted Record: 31-23 , Off: 107.7, Def: 107.4, Diff: 0.3)
The Suns have 16 games remaining on the road (where they are 11-14) and 19 games remaining against the West (where they are 16-17). If they hope to make a run at the Western Conference Playoffs, they will have to play better on the road and compete harder against their conference foes.
Rank 16: Philadelphia 76ers (Record: 27-29, Predicted Record: 20-36 , Off: 104.0, Def: 102.5, Diff: 1.5)
The 76ers are 7-3 over their last 10 games, which can be attributed to their improved offense. During this span, they have averaged 102 points per game compared to 98.2 points for the season.
Rank 17: New York Knicks (Record: 28-26, Predicted Record: 24-31 , Off: 107.6, Def: 106.1, Diff: 1.5)
How would an All-Star core of Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire fare in New York? The answer depends on exactly what the Knicks would have to give up to get Anthony to the Big Apple.
Rank 18: Indiana Pacers (Record: 24-30, Predicted Record: 19-35 , Off: 102.2, Def: 102.8, Diff: -0.6)
Under Frank Vogel, the Pacers are a solid 7-3 and two of those losses were against the Miami Heat All-Star Trio.
Rank 19: Houston Rockets (Record: 26-31, Predicted Record: 32-25 , Off: 106.9, Def: 107.4, Diff: -0.5)
In order for the Rockets, who are five games below .500 and five games out of playoff contention, to make a move up the standings, they will have to make a deal or two before the upcoming trade deadline.
Rank 20: Golden State (Record: 26-29, Predicted Record: 16-39 , Off: 105.6, Def: 108.2, Diff: -2.6)
The diminutive backcourt of Stephen Curry and Monte Ellis is averaging 43.7 points per game for the Warriors this season. Unfortunately, the duo has a plus-minus rating of minus-2, which suggests that the Warriors suffer defensively when Curry and Ellis are on the floor together.
Rank 21: Charlotte Bobcats (Record: 24-32, Predicted Record: 26-30 , Off: 101.0, Def: 103.6, Diff: -2.6)
The Bobcats sandwiched losses to the New Jersey Nets and Indiana Pacers between victories over the Celtics and Lakers. A little Jekyll and Hyde-ish, don't you think?
Rank 22: Los Angeles Clippers (Record: 21-35, Predicted Record: 22-34 , Off: 102.7, Def: 107.1, Diff: -4.4)
After his super-busy All-Star Weekend, Blake Griffin and the Clippers will visit his hometown to take on the Oklahoma City Thunder to open the second half of the season.
Rank 23: Milwaukee Bucks (Record: 21-34, Predicted Record: 32-24 , Off: 98.4, Def: 100.1, Diff: -1.7)
The Bucks, who were expected to challenge the Bulls for the Central Division title, have to be the most disappointing team so far this season.
Rank 24: Detroit Pistons (Record: 21-36, Predicted Record: 16-41 , Off: 102.8, Def: 107.9, Diff: -5.1)
Since they won't play him, maybe the Pistons will move Richard Hamilton by the trade deadline. But given the size of Hamilton's contract (two years and roughly $25 million); it may be difficult for the Pistons to find a suitable trade partner.
Rank 25: New Jersey Nets (Record: 17-40, Predicted Record: 10-47 , Off: 99.4, Def: 106.0, Diff: -6.6)
After months and months of talks, stalled talks, resumed talks, and still nothing to show for it, will the Nets and Nuggets finally come to terms on a Carmelo Anthony deal?
Rank 26: Minnesota Timberwolves (Record: 13-43, Predicted Record: 6-50 , Off: 101.6, Def: 108.2, Diff: -6.6)
All-Star Kevin Love is averaging 21.1 points, 15.5 rebounds, and shooting 42.5% on threes. If he keeps this up, he will become the first player to average 20 points, 15 rebounds, and shoot 40% from beyond the three-point arc for a season in NBA history.
Rank 27: Washington Wizards (Record: 15-39, Predicted Record: 23-31 , Off: 99.7, Def: 106.7, Diff: -7.0)
Three nights after beating the Cleveland Cavaliers for their first road win of the season, the Wizards went into the All-Star Break with yet another road loss to the Orlando Magic.
Rank 28: Sacramento Kings (Record: 13-40, Predicted Record 14-39, Off: 100.0, Def: 105.6, Diff: -5.6)
The Kings, who have just one win this month, will find it difficult to get another one before the end of February with games at Miami, at Orlando, at Charlotte, at Memphis, and versus the Clippers to finish the month.
Rank 29: Toronto Raptors (Record: 15-41, Predicted Record: 18-38, Off: 102.7, Def: 109.3, Diff: -6.6)
In his first visit to the Air Canada Centre as an opposing player, former Raptor, Chris Bosh scored 25 points and pulled down six rebounds in a Miami Heat victory.
Rank 30: Cleveland Cavaliers (Record: 10-46, Predicted Record: 21-35, Off: 98.6, Def: 110.0, Diff: -11.4)
The Cavaliers, who have the exact opposite record of the San Antonio Spurs, are the only team in the NBA to rank in the bottom five of both defensive and offensive efficiency.
Information from ESPN.com's 2020-2020 NBA Regular Season League Standings , NBA Schedule , Hollinger's NBA Team Stats , 2020-11 Regular Season NBA Team Stats, Miami Heat vs. Toronto Raptors - Box Score - February 16, 2020, and 1500 ESPN.com's Kevin Love not voted onto Western Conference All-Star team was used for this article.