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New York Knicks
With the National Basketball League set to tip off in 24 days, free agency rumors are abound. With the Cavaliers looking to build through the draft while developing and coaching up younger talent, one of the men who could be tasked with a mentor-based role in 2011-12 is veteran shooting gaurd Anthony Parker who the team is reportedly looking to lock up for at least another two seasons.
Parker, 36, has played the past two seasons in Cleveland after being acquired as one of the shooters to provide depth around LeBron James during the team’s run in 2009-10. Supposed to play behind Delonte West at the time, Parker’s big break came when West was unable to play due to his much-discussed personal problems. Since getting the starting role, Parker has been in the Cavaliers starting more often than not – he started all 81 games in 2009-10 and 65 games last season, falling victim to a plug-and-play rotation where starting roles were sporadically given to players like Manny Harris and Danie...
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Rather than put an end to all of the speculation, Chris Paul merely added fuel to the fire, as his agent reportedly provided the Hornets with the news that CP3 will in fact not sign an extension, and desires to be traded to the Knicks instead.Rumors regarding Carmelo Anthony eventually donning orange and blue swirled around him and the Knicks for months leading up to the actual trade...
So it looks like I jumped the gun with the whole “this Chris Paul thing will be fascinating” because it’s about as plain and simple as your mom’s underwear. According to Adrian Wojnarowski and Marc Spears at Yahoo!, Paul’s agent has already told the New Orleans Hornets not to bother trying to sign CP3 to an extension – duh? – because he wants to be traded to the New...
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Fans of Lala Anthony’s reality show, Lala’s Full Court Life, will be happy to know the show is returning for a third season on VH1 in March 2012. Now that Melo and Lala are settled in New York, Lala will begin the process of expanding her brand. The focus this go round will be on her budding acting career and of course a little drama to keep it...
LeBron James says he's thankful the NBA is set to return soon and ''the fans can get back to watching the game that they love.''
James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Paul distributed meals to Brooklyn families Tuesday through Anthony's foundation. Paul didn't want to talk about how the new labor deal might affect his future in New Orleans - or...
The Denver Nuggets and the decision they made last February was one of the major talking points during the lockout negotiations.
The Miami Heat issue put small-market teams on notice about keeping their superstars. They feared the extend-and-trades that allowed Carmelo Anthony to leverage a trade out of Denver to New York, the place he chose. It gave the players all the leverage...
NBA stars are mum on other topics at charity event
Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony returned to work — and immediately were asked about working together.
Exactly a month after the NBA's scheduled season opener, players are back to work. Owners opened the doors of their facilities Thursday for the first time since locking players out July 1. Chris Paul and Carmelo Anthony were among the superstars who hit the floor on the first day allowed -- and promptly faced questions about the chances of playing together in New York.
Chris Paul was in Brooklyn on Tuesday in support of a Carmelo Anthony charity event at the Boys & Girls Club.