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Carmelo Anthony poured his heart out after becoming the 10th best scorer in NBA history on Monday … giving a powerful post-game speech about believing in himself and never giving up.
The 36-year-old Blazers star passed Elvin Hayes to reach #10 on the league’s all-time scoring list after nailing a 3-point shot early into the 2nd quarter against the Atlanta Hawks … surpassing the Hall of Famer’s career total of 27,313 points.
The moment hit especially hard for Melo — the future Hall of Famer was considered to be “blackballed” by the league in 2019 … and he had to fight like hell to prove he was still able to compete at the highest level.
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