While episode 1 of Jordan Brand's documentary series "Playing for the City That Made Me" explored Carmelo Anthony's Red Hook, Brooklyn, roots, the second installment focuses on the multiple ways New York City influences him today. As Melo himself puts it, "I love the bright lights, big city ... I love the grittiness of it." Not only has the city elevated his game, the Big Apple's influence has even transformed his fashion sense -- something to which his personal stylist can attest. The video features a conversation between Carmelo and Bernard King and what it means to represent New York, while personalities like Nas and MSG studio analyst Alan Hahn offer up their observations about Melo's ongoing evolution. Check out the video below.