Carmelo Anthony Dominates Kids On The Court [Video]

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There is no doubt that Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony is one of the most prolific scorers in the NBA. He is averaging 26.4 points this season for New York and is leading the team to a 14-4 record good for tops in the East.

But when he is not dropping points on NBA teams, he is wrecking it on a bunch of kids.

Melo stars in a new Foot Locker commercial where a couple of kids think one of their friends became Anthony when he put on some new gear. In the end, it is really Melo scoring at will versus these kids.

My question is this… if Melo is towering over these kids, why is he still out on the perimeter trying to get by to the rim?

Duncan Steel | Elite.

Photo Credit: Getty Images

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