The Oklahoma City Thunder are struggling. However, that isn’t stopping Carmelo Anthony from making history. With a three-pointer on Thursday night against the team that drafted him (Denver), Carmelo would move into No. 24 on the NBA All-time scoring list. Of course, he would have to pass Allen Iverson to get there. Sitting on 24,385 points thus far, Anthony is now behind Ray Allen (24,505) for 23rd on the all-time list. Assuming he scores like he did last season (1,659), we could assume he’ll crack the Top 20 by season’s end.
Carmelo Anthony passes Allen Iverson on all-time scoring list
Yardbarker | Nov 10