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Heckling Knicks fan suing team over ejection

In a story that has “frivolous lawsuit” written all over it — on its surface —  a 42-year-old man is suing the New York Knicks over an incident when he was ejected from Madison Square Garden after heckling team superstar Carmelo Anthony, according to a New York Post report. Anthony Rotondi, a former broker for […] The post New York Knicks fan suing team over his ejection...
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Carmelo Anthony on leaving the Knicks…

The New York Knicks held media day on Monday, and as usual, the center of attention was forward Carmelo Anthony, who re-signed with the Knicks this offseason to the tune of five years, $124 million. READ FULL HERE: The post Carmelo Anthony on leaving the Knicks… appeared first on Pass The Pill - Kings of Hoops.
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Carmelo Anthony: ‘I have unfinished business to take care of’

Carmelo Anthony said Monday that he has some “unfinished business” to take care with the New York Knicks. “I kind of forced my way to New York [in 2011] and I have some unfinished business to take care of,” Anthony said during the Knicks’ media day. “I wouldn’t have felt right from a personal standpoint, just getting up and leaving.” “From a basketball standpoint...
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Carmelo Anthony Is The Most Underrated Superstar In NBA Per Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony is the most underrated superstar in the NBA, according to Carmelo Anthony. He told Chris Broussard that on Monday.
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Carmelo: Leaving NY would be hard after I 'forced my way here'

Jim Racalto The New York Knicks held media day on Monday, and as usual, the center of attention was forward Carmelo Anthony, who re-signed with the Knicks this offseason to the tune of five years, $124 million. There are several factors that went into ‘Melo deciding to stay in New York, money obviously being one of them. […] Sports-Kings - The Kings of Sports Lists - Sports bloggers...
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Carmelo Anthony Promises Knicks Will Be Much Better This Season

Considering the Knicks missed the playoffs last year, I assume this means Melo believes the Knicks will be in the mix in the EAST. Time will tell. Asked about the revamped Cavs, Carmelo says "We all start 0-0." Reiterates that Knicks will have a "much better season" than last year. — Ian Begley (@IanBegley) September 29, 2014
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Phil Jackson Says Kobe Has More Drive Than Jordan Did

Recently during an interview with the New York Post, New York Knicks president, Phil Jackson talked about how Carmelo Anthony will have to change up his game. He stated that Anthony will have to distribute the ball more than relying on his shooting skills. The New York Post then asked if Carmelo could learn anything from Kobe Bryant and Jackson had made a comparison between Kobe...
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Phil Jackson on Carmelo Anthony: 'The ball can't stop'

Any Phil Jackson interview is typically a goldmine for quotes, and the New York Post interview with the New York Knicks GM is no exception. After talking about how Kobe Bryant had a better training regimen and discipline than Michael Jordan, Jackson was asked about how Carmelo Anthony would be different this season. Q: How and why will the triangle offense make Carmelo a better...
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Tyson Chandler fires back at Knicks

New York Knicks president Phil Jackson said one of the reasons he sent center Tyson Chandler and point guard Raymond Felton to Dallas in June was to “change some of the chemistry” of the team. Chandler has been portrayed in the media as a player who caused internal problems for the Knicks. “I did nothing but try to help the culture there the three years I was there,” Chandler...
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Carmelo on Hawks: Ain't nobody want to go there

The comments that Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry made in relation to current Miami Heat forward Luol Deng have been thrown on the back burner due to the hot mess that the NFL has become over the past week or so.  But Ferry’s racist comments about a popular NBA player have not gone unnoticed within the Association itself. New York Knicks forward had some strong words...
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