If NBA players had walk-up songs

Knicks veteran scorer were one of those interlocking Olympic rings, the
five of them falling apart if he didn’t show up every four years. If  NBA 2K17 Coins
players had walk-up songs like major league batters do, Anthony would be
within his rights to use the famous Olympic fanfare (Leo Arnaud’s “The
Bugler’s Dream,” to be precise).
Anthony, who practiced along with the other Team USA and USA Select
members at UNLV facilities on the first day of this week’s training camp,
is on the brink of officially becoming the first U.S. men’s basketball
player to appear in four Olympics. And if Team USA is as successful as it
hopes to be — and the oddsmakers expect it to be — he will take home his
third gold medal next month in Brazil. He also was part of the squads that
earned gold in 2012 (London) and 2008 (Beijing), as well as a bronze in
2004 (Athens).
Actually, if you factor in all the FIBA qualifying tournaments, junior
world championships and the 2001 youth development festival, Anthony has
six medals in all. He has played on 12 USA Basketball teams, appearing in
72 games and averaging 15.3 points and 4.0 rebounds across the lot of