Thirty is the new 20, right? Carmelo Anthony doesn’t look a day over 25 and can still get buckets with the best of them. Since the New York Knicks didn’t make the playoffs this season, most of the focus is on Melo’s Draft Class counterparts Chris Bosh, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James of the Miami Heat, who all ushered in a new wave of superstars in 2003. That doesn’t mean Anthony doesn’t deserve his own spotlight, especially on his birthday. So before teams like the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets and the hometown Knicks try to woo him into putting on that jersey for them, lets look back at the year he’s had.