Carmelo Anthony

The couple began dating in 2005 and tied the knot in 2010 in a lavish ceremony in New York.

Carmelo has decided to respond to the leaked photos of him and an unidentified woman on a yacht together.  He’s claiming she is a married woman and her husband was there. See what he had to say below:     View this post on Instagram   #TSRClearTheAir: In light of recent rumors suggesting #CarmeloAnthony is […]

Join Our Text Club To Get The Latest Music, Entertainment, Contests And Breaking News On Your Phone. Text BOX to 24042 to join! After 10 games, the Houston Rockets and Carmelo Anthony have agreed to part ways. Sources tell ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski that the team will place the 10-time All-Star on waivers. Melo, 34 has […]

Carmelo Anthony has made it official: he’s signing with the Rockets according to Yahoo Sports. The 34-year-old vet will sign for $2.4 million once he returns to the states from South Africa. Anthony had unveiled a refurbished basketball court in South Africa last week. RELATED: Carmelo On Possibility Of Joining The Rockets: “Winning Rewrites Everything” […]

La La and Carmelo Anthony are reportedly separated. According to TMZ, the Anthony’s marriage has been strained due to Carmelo’s demanding NBA schedule and rumors he might be traded. La La reportedly moved out of the home they shared last week and stays in her NYC place. Despite the breakup, sources claim La La and […]

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The Indiana Fever, New York Liberty and Phoenix Mercury, were fined $5,000, while players were fined $500 each for wearing black Adidas shirts, according to ESPN.

As Wednesday night's festivities began, LeBron James, Chris Paul, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwyane Wade opened the show by speaking on the recent police shootings. Together they urged their fellow athletes to be active socially.

The Lynx protest also comes days after NBA star Carmelo Anthony urged more athletes to cement their role in the fight for justice.

The New York Knicks star also took out a full page ad in the "New York Daily News," asking players to worry less about endorsement deals and more about demanding change.