There may have been some doubt when he first arrived in New York, but by now we all know that this is Carmelo Anthony's team.
Melo is the undisputed star of the show, and his shoulders carry the hopes and dreams of this Knicks team.
With that said, it's nice to know that Anthony is at the top of his game right now, which will really help when he returns to NBA action and tries to lead the Knicks to a championship.
Towards the end of last season—after Mike Woodson had been appointed head coach—the Knicks went 18-6 despite injuries to Amar'e Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin, and it was primarily down to the play of Melo.
Inclusive of a legendary Easter Sunday game against the Chicago Bulls, Anthony averaged 23.3 points and 6.3 rebounds in those last 24 regular season games, before putting up 41 against Miami in the playoffs to give the Knicks their first playoff win since 2004.
Melo then took his form with him over to London for the Olympics, where he broke multiple records on Team USA's Gold medal-winning campaign.
Most notably, Anthony scored 37 by the third quarter against Nigeria; a game in which he also netted 10-of-12 three-pointers.
To see a player playing at this level is exciting enough in itself, but to know that this is also the guy who'll be leading the way for your team next season makes it that much more exciting.