American basketball player Carmelo Anthony had a difficult childhood while growing up in Baltimore, Maryland. His father died when he was two years old and his mother worked as a housekeeper to support him and his three siblings. Anthony grew up in a neighbourhood in the Bronx which was notorious for drugs and street crime. His mother, while working multiple jobs to support her family, managed to instill a strong work ethic into her children.

With sports as his escape from the brutality of his surroundings, Anthony turned to basketball at an early age and became a skilled player. When he was in middle school and high school, he grew 5 inches fairly quickly (which added to his strengths as a player). He was also nominated for awards such as Baltimore County’s top student Player, All-Metropolitan Player and Baltimore Catholic League Player. To bring his grades up to par, which were at risk due to an earlier spike in fame, the student spent some time at a boarding school before attending Syracuse University. In order to put those worries behind him for good, he accepted the offer made by Syracuse University.

 

Carmelo Anthony Braid Hair

A graduate of Syracuse University, Carmelo Anthony hairstyle was drafted third overall in 2003 into the NBA. He has also set an example for race relations in America and is one of the most recognizable athletes still playing.

He created a buzz on social media, where he rocked braids during the Blazers training camp. He brought back memories of his days as a member of Syracuse and Denver Nuggets, back when he also had braids.

Melo is one of many trendsetters in the fashion world with how he dresses. He popular wore a hoodie through summer at gym, making the statement that its his favorite shirt, regardless of temperature. He even played for Houston last season wearing it on the beach!

The Blazers social media team posted a photo of him with the above hair-style and then a video that showed his teammate’s reactions.

Recently, Carmelo Anthony hairstyle has said he would be willing to come off the bench for the first time in his career. What is remarkable is that a move like this seems to have at least some value from Melo’s standpoint because it appears that him coming off the bench might be what’s best for the Knicks team as well.

It’s true that these days, Melo might not be scoring 25 points per game like he used to. But his sense of style never goes out of date.

 

Carmelo Anthony Long Hair

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Carmelo Anthony Long Hair

Carmelo Anthony Short Hair

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Carmelo Anthony Short Hair

Carmelo Anthony Afro Hair

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Carmelo Anthony Afro Hair