Even though the entire season for Carmelo Anthony has been filled with a whirlwind of questioning and rumors, somehow he still manages to consistently be one of the top performers in the league. Wednesday was no different as Melo dropped in 38 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Nuggets defeated the Bucks in Milwaukee. No matter how you slice it, despite the sea of doubt, it’s became apparent this season just how much Carmelo Anthony loves the game (and if you need further proof, see the goofy picture below).
As Melo continues to add value to his rising stock on the trading block, can we expect him to end up in New York City anytime soon, or will he stay in the Mile High City and lead the Nuggets into the post-season?
In other action around the league, the Air Max LeBron VIII seems to still be holding its own as it continues to show up on the feet of players without the first name LeBron. Of course, what is Sneaker Watch this season without an appearance from Gilbert Arenas, who decided on the classic styles of the Nike Air Flight Falcon.
Despite the rumors, Melo seems to be having fun in Denver wearing the Jordan Melo M7.
Ramon Sessions in the Reebok Zig Slash.
Dwyane Wade in the upcoming Jordan 2011.
LeBron James in the Nike Air Max Lebron VIII V2.
Nate Robinson in the Nike Air Max Lebron VIII.
Eric Bledsoe also wearing the all black Nike Air Max Lebron VIII.
Kobe Bryant wearing the Nike Zoom Kobe VI.
John Wall drives to the basket in the Reebok Zig Slash.
Gilbert Arenas in the Nike Air Flight Falcon.
Dwight Howard doing what he does best in the adidas Superbeast.