Carmelo Anthony on why he wanted to join the Los Angeles Lakers | First Take

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Carmelo Anthony joins Stephen A. Smith on First Take to discuss his new memoir, how he stays mellow during the highs and lows of life, if he ever questioned if he still belonged in the NBA after he was released from the Houston Rockets, what made him want to join the Los Angeles Lakers, should fans be concerned about age and more.

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