The basketball star refused to join in on his teammates' silly rendition of A Thousand Miles
Credit: Source: DeMar DeRozan/Instagram

New York Knicks player Carmelo Anthony may have just ousted McKayla Maroney as the most unimpressed member of Team USA.

Four years after the gymnastics champ’s stoic face on the silver medal podium became a worldwide meme, Anthony is upholding the tradition of unimpressed Olympic athletes – albeit for a very different reason.

On a plane ride after beating Venezuela in a pre-Olympics match-up, the U.S.A. men’s basketball team loosened up with a playful rendition of the Vanessa Carlton classic “A Thousand Miles.”

Although Chicago Bulls star Jimmy Butler and the Cleveland Cavaliers’ Kyrie Irving pour their hearts and souls into the sing-along and a blanket-wrapped Kevin Durant of the Golden State Warriors gives a serene smile at the sound of his teammates’ angelic voices, Anthony simply stares down the camera with a vaguely disgusted look on his face.

“Melo ain’t having it…” the Toronto Raptors’ DeMar Derozan captioned his video of the highly unamused Anthony.

The 2016 Summer Olympics will air on NBC beginning Aug. 5 and the first men’s basketball game will take place on Aug. 6.

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