Carmelo Anthony’s time with the NBA has been a storied one that has found him at various highs and lows within the
league. The latest for Melo has found him joining the roster for the Los Angeles Lakers, which now includes LeBron
James, Russell Westbrook, Anthony Davis, and more.
Anthony has never been one to shy away from the realities of being an NBA player, along with things that don’t sit right
with him. Melo recently sat down with Wallo and Gillie for their ‘Million Dollaz Worth of Game’ podcast and talked about
a 2006 suspension following a fight between the New York Knicks and the Denver Nuggets. Melo noted the 15-game
suspension found him realizing that the NBA “was part of the feds.”
Melo told Gillie and Wallo about a conversation he and former NBA commissioner David Stern had about his 2006
suspension. The NBA player said Stern told him, “‘I know who you with. I know where you live at. ‘I know where they live
at. I know when you close your eyes. I know when you wake up. And I know what they doin,’ he’s telling me.”
Anthony noted how puzzled he was by it all, saying, “And I’m like damn, how the f**k? That’s when I knew NBA was part
of the feds. He told me, ‘I gotta make an example out of you.’ That’s a fact. He said, ‘I know everything. I know your whole
crew. I know who’s doing what.’” Take a look above.