Player Profiles: Carmelo Anthony

Regarded as one of the NBA’s most prolific offensive talents, Carmelo Anthony has had no problems scoring in his career. After spending just one season at the University of Syracuse (in which he led the school to its only NCAA Tournament championship), Anthony was selected third in the 2003 NBA Draft by the Denver Nuggets…. More


Player Profiles: Jason Kidd

BACKGROUND: Simply put, Jason Kidd is one of the greatest floor generals the NBA has ever seen. Along with Grant Hill, he was the co-NBA Rookie of the Year in 1995, after averaging 11.7 points, 7.7 assists and 5.4 rebounds, while leading the league in triple doubles for the Dallas Mavericks. In 1996, he made… More


Player Profiles: Steve Novak

BACKGROUND: If there is a better shooter than Steve Novak in existence, he doesn’t reside on this planet. A 6’10” forward born in Libertyville, IL, Novak’s basketball odyssey began at the University at Marquette. In his four years there (2002-2006), he appeared in 131 games (89 starts), including a Final Four run in 2003, alongside… More


Player Profile: James White

James “Flight” White is known for his superb athleticism, but, unfortunately, he’s had a difficult time sticking in the league. The Knicks gave White a one-year, guaranteed deal at the start of the summer, and White elected to play with the youngins’ in Vegas, to work on his game. Seeing that he was the one… More