Carmelo Anthony Reveals What's Really Under His Knicks Uniform

For New York Knicks actor Carmelo Anthony, comfort is key—especially when he hits a court. That’s because a team’s tiny brazen has teamed adult with Frigo RevolutionWear, apropos a newest partner of a innovative men’s camisole brand. “We’re only perplexing to get group to know a form of underwear that they wear, and a disproportion between being gentle and uncomfortable,” Anthony told InStyle while celebrating a brand’s attainment to Bloomingdale’s in New York City on Thursday night. 

Anthony finds Frigo’s customizable underwear so comfy, in fact, that he sports them ‘round-the-clock. “I wear these when we sight and play,” he said. “And we wear them underneath suits and jeans, too.” The garment’s adjustability is Anthony’s favorite thing about it. “I like to shorten my movement, if we know what I’m saying,” he suggested with a laugh. “You don’t wish too most going on—you wish all to be right in one place and safe.”

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That goes for both day and night. Even when he goes to bed, Anthony’s rocking a span of briefs underneath his PJs. His go-to outfit? “Frigo underwear and Jordan shorts,” he said, adding, “Some nights we nap shirtless.”

While he might be sans shirt during times, there’s one thing that Anthony will never be held wearing: “Tighty whities,” he said. “They’re only not comfortable.”

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