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Carmelo Anthony made a living doing just one thing: Sticking basketball through hoops.No matter how divisive a player was in almost every other way, his ability to score was never questioned, and on Friday he hit an offensive milestone, the Few players ever sniffed498 NBA point he overtook Tim Duncan in 14th place on the league’s all-time scoring list

The game took place at the end of the fourth quarter of a blowout win over the Golden State Warriors, Jusuf Nurkic hit him in the corner for a 3-pointer that may not have affected the long-held result, but it got him on the record books past Duncan

“I’m just happy to keep doing what I love to do and to be out here, still at this stage in my career At this age, I still enjoy the game and have fun with the game and I still love playing the game and I think it shows up there on the basketball court, “Anthony said after the game,” But so I can outdo Tim Duncan who we all know how great he was and what he did for this game, i still go and still enjoy it “

Most likely, Anthony will climb a few more spots this season. He’s less than 200 points from No. 13 Dominique Wilkins, less than 300 points from No. 12 Oscar Robertson, and less than 500 points from No. 11 Hakeem Olajuwon if he’s been multiple seasons plays, he could theoretically climb as high as No 8 Shaquille O’Neal, who turned 28 in his careerWilt Chamberlains then scored 596 points on 31419 points at number 7 are probably unreachable

But even if you hit no 14 is a tremendous accomplishment Duncan’s two-time MVP and five-time champion He’s the kind of player everyone wants to chase in the record books Now Anthony is past him and he’ll just get up from here p>

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World news – FI – Carmelo Anthony from Blazers overtakes Tim Duncan as 14th on the NBA all-time list