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Carmelo Anthony was an NBA great, but his legacy will be defined by freshman year at Syracuse


The reason that Carmelo Anthony is a borderline lock to be a first ballot Naismith Memorial Hall of Famer isn't his NBA achievements. It's what he did for 35 games in a Syracuse uniform in 2002 and 2003 that gets him to the front of the line. Ironically, his team shortcomings at the NBA level make his college legacy all the bigger and more long-lasting. (CBS Sports)

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Carmelo Anthony was an NBA great, but his legacy will be defined by freshman year at Syracuse


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