NBA Star Carmelo Anthony's Net Worth, Salary and Investment

In Red Hook, New York, on May 29, 1984, Carmelo Anthony was born. When Anthony was only two years old, his mother Mary Anthony passed away from cancer.

Anthony attended high school remotely at Townson Catholic School. Anthony abruptly grew five inches to achieve a height of 6'5" in the summer of 1999.

He established himself as one of the best players in the league and even won the metro player of the year award from The Baltimore Sun. 

Carmelo won a national championship as a freshman in college for the Syracuse Orange in 2003, and he was also named the NCAA Tournament's Most Outstanding Player.

The Denver Nuggets selected Carmelo as their third choice in the first round of the 2003 NBA Draft.

After playing for Syracuse for one season and being selected by the Denver Nuggets, Anthony played his first seven seasons for them.

Ten-time NBA All-Star Carmelo has represented the United States in the Olympics in 2004, 2008, 2012, and 2016. He won gold medals for the USA in the Americas Championship in 2007, 2008, and 2016.

Carmelo Anthony Early Career

Anthony has given generously, including $3 million to Syracuse University for a basketball practise facility and $1.5 million to the Living Classrooms Foundation in 2006. 

Carmelo Anthony Charity 

Carmelo Anthony made just over $94 million in salary over his first nine NBA seasons. And Carmelo Anthony Net Worth $160 Millio 

Carmelo Anthony Net worth

Carmelo made $260 million from his NBA salary alone as of 2020. This is how that salary is divided up: From the Nuggets, 53 million dollars (2,775 days on the team)

Carmelo Anthony Salary

Knicks' $136 million contribution (2,404 days) from the Thunder: $26 million (297 days)

Carmelo Anthony Salary

In order to expand Nobodys Pizza to 20–30 stores around the nation, Carmelo led a $5 million financing round in the company.

Carmelo Anthony Investment