End Of The Line For 10-Time All-Star

After 19 seasons as one of the greatest scorers in NBA history, he couldn't find a taker for his services in the 2022-23 season. And with that, 39-year-old Carmelo Anthony has retired from the NBA.

Highlighted by eight seasons with the Denver Nuggets, then seven with the New York Knicks, Anthony delivered 10 All-Star seasons, six All-NBA selections, and retires with the 9th-most points scored in league history (28,289). He is a 75th Anniversary Team member.

'Melo's last season was in 2021-22 with the Los Angeles Lakers. 

He posted his own produced "Thank You" video to the NBA on social media. 

"The time has come for me to say goodbye... To the game that gave me purpose and pride. With this bittersweet goodbye to the NBA, I'm excited about what the future holds for me."

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