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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony believes team owner James Dolan was recording his conversations on the basketball court to look out for him.
Sources told ESPN that Dolan ordered technicians at Madison Square Garden to hold parabola microphones at either end of the court for last Friday's game against the Chicago Bulls to see if Click Link Below to Read More!
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Listen up! Talk trash to Carmelo Anthony at Madison Square Garden and you may wind up on tape.
Days after Anthony's overreaction to some bad words led to an NBA suspension, MSG chairman James Dolan had listening devices monitoring everything said to and by Anthony, according to a report in the Newark Star-Ledger.
The report Monday said Dolan had two MSG Network audio technicians...
As we reported on Monday Knicks owner James Dolan weirdly had huge hidden microphones at each of the Madison Square Garden court last Friday when his team took on the Bulls.
Yesterday amid news of the wire taps, Dolan said it was for Melo’s protection so he could show the league how much trash talk his star gets on a nightly basis.
As Melo arrived at the team hotel in London...
New York Knicks owner James Dolan is one crazy guy. After Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett got in their heated on court argument, Anthony waited for Garnett at the team bus trying to straiten things out. Apparently Garnett said his wife La La “tastes like Honey Nut Cheerios.” The verbal fight resulted in technical fouls against each player, and a suspension for Carmelo for...
The man responsible for Syracuse's only national championship will finally be properly honored. ESPN New York has reported that former Orange star, Carmelo Anthony will have his jersey retired.
SU spokesman Pete Moore said the university has been "working to arrange that for a couple of years" and that the school hopes to make an official announcement about the...
A Garden technician holds a sensitive mic at Sunday's game to eavesdrop on what Carmelo Anthony and is opponents say. James Dolan ordered two of them to be used at each game to avoid more "he said, he said" situations like the one that arose between Anthony and Kevin Garnett.
There has been a lot said about KG's trash talking since something he said to Carmelo...
Carmelo Anthony has shown, yet again, just how much of a "tough guy" he really is.
In a recent article on ESPN New York, Carmelo Anthony said he had no problem with Knicks owner James Dolan recording conversations 'Melo had with players on the court to see if the trash talk crossed the line.
I got an owner that looks out for me. You can't beat that for an owner...
This week, NBA players will take the court in London for the first time since Team USA captured Gold over Spain in the Summer Olympics.
Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks are slated to take on the Detroit Pistons at the O2 Arena in an effort to stimulate interest in the NBA coming to Europe on a more permanent basis.
Commissioner David Stern is confident that it will happen...
The injury-plagued New York Knicks welcome a week with just one game. The only catch is they had to travel to London for it.
That's fine with the Knicks, who were focused more on the time off than the time change before going overseas for their game against the Detroit Pistons.
The Knicks left Monday night and the game isn't until Thursday. They return home Friday and don...
Carmelo Anthony, Kevin Garnett, LeBron James, Rajon Rondo, and Dwyane Wade from the East.
Kobe Bryant, Kevin Durant, Blake Griffin, Dwight Howard, and Chris Paul from the West.
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