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In a quest to remember what it feels like to win something, the Knicks all-star said he's looking forward to playing in Rio this summer.

Somehow, the kid just knew that Melo needed a hug.

So. Many. Steps.

Apparently, Anthony is still 'elite' enough to get the Brandon Armstrong treatment.

The pair of superstars are recovering from injuries that drastically curtailed their 2014-15 NBA seasons.

Just a bunch of NBA superstars, chilling in the Bahamas.

The Knicks star becomes an investor in the NASL, which is just a rung below MLS.

Well, he's not busy with the NBA playoffs, so why not?

If nothing else, it certainly changed the subject from how badly he played.

The Knicks forward thinks the team's episodes of racial insensitivity have made it anathema to potential free agents.

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