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Carmelo Anthony's 2010-11 Season
January 1, 2011
Carmelo Anthony's arrival in New York set the stage for a dominant Broadway run for years to come.
In 27 games in the orange and blue, Melo averaged 26.3 points, 7.6 boards and 2.8 dimes.
Anthony was acquired on February 22, 2010 in one of the biggest blockbuster acquisitions in New York sports history.
In his Knicks debut, he notched a game-high 27 points and 10 rebounds in a win over the Bucks.
Melo paired with Amar'e Stoudemire to form one of the most lethal combinations in the NBA.
The dynamic scorer provided countless highlight reel plays game in and game out.
Melo's sweet shot helped him rank third in the league in scoring.
In addition to shooting the jumper, the All-Star isn't afraid to take the rock hard to the rim.
His ability to nail the off-balance jumper also helps makes Anthony one of the premier offensive forces in the league.
Anthony also proved to be a capable defender, often coming up with a timely block or steal.
Melo scored 29 points in a clutch performance in leading the Knicks to a thrilling win in Miami on Feb. 27.
Number 7's performance in the game immediately endeared him in the hearts of all Knicks fans.
Anthony's first signature moment came when he buried the game-winning jumper in Memphis with 0.5 ticks left.
Soon enough, his teammates came to expect such heroics on a nightly basis.
Anthony also hit a big trey in Philly to lift the Knicks into the sixth spot over the Sixers.
Melo capped one of the best finishes of the season in Indiana by hitting a 19-footer with 4.9 seconds left...
Before blocking Danny Granger's potential game-winner on the other end for the 110-109 win.
Melo was named NBA Eastern Conference Player of the Week twice, in back-to-back weeks in April, becoming the first Knick in the history of the award to win POTW honors in successive weeks.
Carmelo averaged 26.0 points, 10.3 boards and 4.8 dimes in four playoff appearances.
Anthony also authored one of the finest performances in Knicks playoff history, recording 42 points, 17 boards, six asssists and two blocks.
After offering New York a glimpse of his abilities in just over two months, fans can't wait to see what Anthony can do in a full season on Broadway.