You're gonna sit here and say Carmelo wasn't consistently performing for you at a high level. You claim to be a huge Melo and Nuggets fan yet you must have been on bath salts if you're retarded ass tries to make a point out of that. Only reason I ever watched ya'll games was because my older brother was a freshman at 'cuse in '03 and I saw Carmelo lead a school that had no business being in the elite 8 to their first and only Championship.
03-04- Played like shit in the playoffs, granted. It was also his rookie year and he was the clear best player on his team. Nobody should blame him for this, got swept.
04-05- He's still the best player on his team, and they lost to the champs. His playoff performance is nothing to rave about[19/5/2, .494 TS%] obviously, second year in the league atleast he IMPROVED from rookie season.
05-06 His breakout year in the league, 2nd best FG% and .TS% season as well. He had a decent playoff series in terms of stats[21/7/3], consistently improving his impact on the game. But again, you can't give him blame for this imo. His second best player[Martin] was a total non factor in the series. It was a very winnable series vs the Clippers if his team was healthy and performing. Problem being, they weren't. Saying that, Clippers weren't a very good team in the first place. Not gonna go into it with the blame game under the circumstances the team was in. Again, stats steadily improving
06-07- He gets Iverson mid season. Again, they lose to the champs[Spurs]. But this time, Anthony has his first great series. 27/9/1[lol] on a .582 TS%. This includes 50% from 3, it was a one man show[Nene was the distant #2 best player, his best PS though]. Iverson gave him no help out there, 22/1/6 on a shocking .447 TS%. Not sure how you can give Anthony the blame for this
07-08 Get swept by the winners in the West, the first season where you can give Anthony blame for failing in the playoffs imo. Iverson put up 24/3/5 on a poor .TS%[.500], but Anthony was worse. 23/10/2 but he shot a .447 TS% and a shocking 36% from the field. If you blame Anthony for getting swept, you have a case
08-09 The WCF run, Anthony's deepest. Anthony in the playoffs put up 27/6/4 on a .564 TS%. His best playoff run yet, but Billups was a large reason why they got there imo. 20/4/7 on an amazing .664 TS% and 47% from 3. You can consider Anthony a #2 option here, but this wasn't all due to Billups. Anthony actually was tied for 3rd leading rebounder on the team[highest was 7.5 from Nene], and besides Billups/Anthony no one averaged higher than 15 ppg[JR Smith], and Kobe put up 34/6/6/1/1 in the WCF. No one was stopping him that year. If anything, Anthony was 1A and Billups was 1B. And both of them had off series in the WCF anyway[Billups .TS% dropping nearly .100] Not really seeing a consistency issue.
09-10- First round exit to the Jazz. Anthony puts up 31/9/3 on a .564 TS%, there's no way you blame him for this. Billups had a good series as well, but he clearly wasn't the #1 option here. Anthony managed to be the leading rebounder on his team. If you want to blame anyone, it's probably JR Smith. He shot 37% and had a .523 TS%. K-Mart also had a bad series[.514 TS%]. No way Anthony get's blame. His HC was also gone with a cancer scare. I dare you to pull a Skip Bayless on his consistency.
Aside from essentially the 07-08 season Melo consistently performed at a high level. Not really in the mood to argue with somebody trolling and acting like they actual follow a team.
Cam'ron is my spiritual advisor