13. Carmelo Anthony
Carmelo Anthony’s New York Knicks career is still in progress, which makes his placement a difficult one to determine. As polarizing a figure as he may be, he’s undoubtedly one of the 10 greatest Knicks of all-time.
The 2012-13 season alone earns him brownie points.
Anthony won the scoring title in 2012-13, and that’s only half of what made that season so special. He led New York to a record of 54-28, which was its highest win total since 1997.
It was rough in 2013-14 and 2014-15, but Anthony has more than enough time to improve his standing.
A championship would catapult Anthony up this list, sending him into the top spot conversation. It’ll take more than one title to get him to No. 1, but with New York yearning for its first title since 1973, Anthony has a glorious opportunity.
Even if he fails to bring a championship to the Knicks, Anthony is safe as one of the best in franchise history.
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