Carmelo Anthony of New York Knicks wrote history.
Anthony scored 25 points, seven rebounds and two assists in a home game against the San Antonio Spurs in the NBA's 2016-17 season at Madison Square Garden. New York's Anthony led San Antonio with a 94-90 lead.
Anthony earned 25 points on the day, totaling 23,775 points. It was the 25th overall victory over Charles Barkley (23,757). With victory, I am rewriting history and doubling my joy.
Anthony scored just four points in the first half. With three turnovers, he was just as bad as five outfielders. But Anthony changed in the second half. He scored 11 points in the third quarter, 12 minutes. Productivity was good enough to record a gain of 10 points. This momentum continued into the fourth quarter. He scored 10 points in the fourth quarter with eight minutes to win the team.
In particular, he managed to shoot a long-range shot that spanned San Antonio's chase with 33.2 seconds remaining. Anthony's calmness allowed New York to lead in the 90-86 lead. It was the moment when Ace's true face came out.
New York played best basketball of the season. Especially good defense. The San Antonio Nol1 team in the three-point shot, finished at 20.7 percent. New York, on the other hand, showed an explosive atmospheric sensation with a three-point shot rate of 64.3%. San Antonio 's three - point shot was the lowest of the season, and New York had the best three point shot.
Anthony has recently been involved in trade rumors. A continuing tug of war with President Phil Jackson continues. The trade deadline is February 24th. Anthony has never been home before.