Two New York Knicks are among the NBA's Top 10 Most Digital Players.
Carmelo Anthony ranks third among NBA players according to PeekScores, a measurement designed to calculate a person's internet presence and importance, and teammate Amare Stoudemire came in eighth. Unfortunately, internet presence could not limit Ryan Anderson's 3-pointers on Monday -- Anderson scored a career-high 30 points thanks to seven long bombs, leading the Orlando Magic to a 102-93 victory against the Knicks.
The league's two most digital players are Lebron James and Kobe Bryant. One of those players has more rings than the other, but both obtained a perfect 10.0 PeekScore rating.
James and Bryant are followed by Kevin Durant, Chris Paul and Dwight Howard. Rounding out the top ten are defending MVP Derrick Rose, Stoudemire, Dirk Nowitzki and Dwyane Wade.