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From GoLocalPDX by JACK RIEGER, Oregon Sports News :
Carmelo Anthony’s career trajectory is nearly impossible to explain to a casual fan of the NBA — hell, even a rabid fan. As a freshman in college, he led Syracuse to their first and only National Championship, averaging 22.2 points and 10 rebounds. He was drafted third overall by the Nuggets in 2003 behind LeBron James and Darko Milicic. The next year, he transformed Denver from tied for the worst record in basketball (17-65) to 43 wins and a playoff appearance. He is a 10-time All-Star, six-time All-NBA, three-time gold medalist, the 2012-2013 scoring champion and USA Basketball’s all-time leading scorer.
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