Back when he was leading Syracuse University to a national championship in 2003, Carmelo Anthony had your usual fare of tattoos, with a few smattered across each bicep. But as his NBA career went on, so did the number of tattoos on his body. “Melo” has “WB” tattooed on his left upper chest area, which stands “West Baltimore,” where he grew up. On his left arm are the words “When the grass is cut the snakes will show,” which are song lyrics by Jay-Z. And on his left shoulder, there’s a depiction of a bulldog surrounded by playing cards; we have no idea what’s the significance of this.