Each year ESPN releases their list of the 100 best players in the NBA, and after this season, you have to question whether this list is even legitimate.
Somehow, some way ESPN said the Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony was the 64th best player in the league. They said guys like Lonzo Ball, Danny Green, and Robert Covington, to name a few, are better than Melo. How is that possible?
Here is how Melo responded via Twitter on Monday:
Can't Make Sense Out Of Non Sense!
"A certain darkness is needed to see the stars."@espn Don't be so Blatant with the disrespect#LineEmUp pic.twitter.com/NIWiwL1RMj
— Carmelo Anthony (@carmeloanthony) September 12, 2017
Today, ESPN’s own Stephen A. Smith expressed his disgust for the list: