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CARMELO ANTHONY RUMORS

Are you buying or selling Phil Jackson’s sales pitch?

When the home team has lost 60 games, and only eight remain on the calendar, but you have season tickets to sell next season, the team president says whatever he thinks season subscribers want/need to hear to keep them from jumping ship.  That’s exactly what Phil Jackson did yesterday. In an effort to undo the major damage he caused this season, the 13-time NBA champion recorded...
Via All Sports Everything
4 hours ago  |  Discuss

Tyson Chandler Doesn't Know If He Will Be A Knick Next Season

If there is one team in the NBA who is waiting for the season to be over, it’s the New York Knicks. Everything that could’ve went have went wrong has went wrong for the Knicks this season. With one of the biggest off-season in franchise history coming up, players and coaches futures are all up in the air. We all know that Carmelo Anthony will be testing free agency this summer...
Via No Guts, No Glory
1 day ago  |  Discuss

New York Knicks: Top five free agents to target

Brook Lopez, Brooklyn Nets 1. LaMarcus Aldridge, Portland Trail Blazers One of the biggest names in this year’s free agent class, LaMarcus Aldridge will be seeking a max contract and the New York Knicks will be more than willing to give it to him. Aldridge is enjoying one of the best years of his career with averages of 23.5 ppg and 10.4 rpg, and is only 29-years old. It is...
Via isportsweb.com
2 days ago  |  Discuss

What New York Times learned from pulling beat reporter off of Knicks this season

An excerpt of my latest column for Poynter: ****** When Scott Cacciola started the season as the Knicks beat writer for the New York Times, he didn’t anticipate that by January he would be writing about a girls fifth-grade basketball team in Springfield, Ill. instead of Carmelo Anthony. He thought a February road trip would to be to Chicago for a game against the Bulls, not...
Via Sherman Report
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Shane Battier: Carmelo Anthony is not that tough to guard

Shane Battier was one of the better defenders in the NBA during his 13 seasons as a pro, and much of his success was a result of research and preparation. But when it came to guarding Carmelo Anthony, Battier says there wasn’t all that much to prepare for. Battier, who spent his last three seasons...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
March 01, 2015  |  Discuss

One mid-tier free agent the Knicks should target

Jimmy Butler may be everything the Knicks need, and then some. The New York Knicks are 10-43, good for last in the entire NBA. Carmelo Anthony underwent season-ending knee surgery, and could be out for up to six months. There are only 28 games left in the season. How many more reasons do you need to realize that the season is over? It’s time to start looking into free agency...
Via isportsweb.com
February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Carmelo to officially shut down for the season

Carmelo Anthony is finally going to shut himself down for the rest of the season. There were rumors and talks about him doing it before the All-Star Game, but he felt the need to be “an ambassador for the city” since the All-Star Game was in New York so he played through the pain. Carmelo will have surgery on his left knee and that will take him out for the rest of the season...
Via Crossover Chronicles
February 18, 2015  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony likely done for season after All-Star Game

Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony said Thursday that he has likely played his last game of the season because of ongoing soreness in his left knee. Anthony, who has battled the knee pain for months, aggravated the injury in Monday’s loss to Miami, and sat out Wednesday against the Magic. He told ESPN Radio that he still plans...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
February 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Carmelo on tanking: I don't know how to have that mindset

Even if the best case scenario for the New York Knicks is to lose as many games as possible down the stretch (unintentionally, of course) in the team’s already-lost season, Carmelo Anthony stated that it isn’t in his nature to lose simply for the sake of losing. Following the team’s 98-91 win over the similarly...Read More The post Carmelo Anthony on tanking: ‘I don’t...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
January 22, 2015  |  Discuss

Carmelo Anthony 'not shutting it down yet' despite knee issues

No matter what the New York Knicks’ latest moves suggest, not everyone on the team is throwing in the towel just yet.   Carmelo Anthony denied reports that he is considering shutting himself down for the rest of the season due to persistent knee soreness. Knicks coach Derek Fisher hinted at the possibility last week, but in a “Uninterrupted” video for Bleacher Report, Anthony...
Via NESN.com
January 07, 2015  |  Discuss
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