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This was as emotional as Anthony has ever been publicly, and it's understandable. Throughout his 13 years in the NBA, he has received all sorts of criticism for his teams being unable to win big. While he has been a terrific playoff performer, he has only been to the conference finals once. On the international stage, though, Anthony has been more successful than just about anybody.
Anthony is the only male basketball player to win three Olympic gold medals. He is Team USA's all-time leader in points, games played and rebounds at the Olympics. He can retire from the national team knowing that his dedication to USA Basketball can never be questioned.
(By James Herbert, cbssports)
David Robinson (270) and Michael Jordan (256) are third and fourth on the all-time U.S. list, respectively.
Anthony totaled 14 points in the opening quarter and finished with a game-high 31. He has 293 points in his Olympic career.
"Of course I was conscious of it," Anthony said of the scoring mark. "My teammates was making sure I was aware of the situation, but tonight was one of those nights where I wanted to let the game come to me and take the shots that was given to me, take the open shots and kind of play basketball.
"And at the end of the day I was in my zone. I was playing basketball."
(By Ian Begley, ESPN)
Anthony surpassed Bernard King's franchise record of 60 points, set against the Nets on Dec. 25, 1984. He also broke Kobe Bryant's Madison Square Garden record of 61 points, set on Feb. 2, 2009.
"I was just taking it one possession at a time," Anthony told MSG Network in a post-game interview. "I came into the game locked in. I didn't know I was going to have this type of performance. It's an unbelievable feeling. ... It's just a zone you get into sometimes. Only a certain group of people know what that zone feels like. Tonight was one of those zones. My teammates saw that."
(By Ben Golliver, Sports lllustrated)