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Knicks agree to trade Carmelo Anthony to Thunder

Source | 2 hrs ago.

Carmelo Anthony won't be at Knicks training camp after all. The Knicks agreed to trade Anthony to the Thunder on Saturday, saving themselves a potentially awkward reunion next week with the player they'd been trying to deal since last season. New York will get Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a draft pick, a person with knowledge of the deal said.

Report: Carmelo Anthony adds Cavaliers, Thunder to list of teams where he will accept trade

Source | 13 hrs ago.

Carmelo Anthony wants most of all to be traded to Houston (and he has leverage thanks to the no-trade clause Phil Jackson/James Dolan gave him). Also, the Knicks wanted quality you assets back the Rockets didn’t have (or would part with), so the deal was dead. Anthony tried to wait it out, but nothing happened, and at this point the Knicks expect ‘Melo in camp Monday.

Report: Cavaliers, Thunder Among Carmelo Anthony's Preferred Trade Destinatoins

Source | 13 hrs ago.

Carmelo Anthony has given the Knicks an expanded list of his preferred trade destinations that includes the Cleveland Cavaliers, reports ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. ESPN's Ian Begley is reporting that another team on the list is the Oklahoma City Thunder, which acquired all-star Paul George in a trade this offseason.

Carmelo Expected To Start Training Camp In NY

Source | 13 hrs ago.

Will the New York Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony? It’s a question that NBA fans have been asking for months, and with training camp right around the corner, the answer is very much unclear. Anthony wants to play with Chris Paul and James Harden with the Houston Rockets, and the Knicks have reportedly been working on getting a deal done.

Knicks say they expect Carmelo Anthony to open training camp with them

Source | 1 day ago.

Carmelo Anthony trade rumors have picked up steam the last couple days, the talk centered on the Knicks trading him before training camp opens Monday. Steve Mills says the plan is for Carmelo to be here on Monday for Media Day. The Knicks might be attempting to gain leverage for that scenario.

Knicks expect Carmelo Anthony at training camp next week

Source | 1 day ago.

When training camp opens, the New York Knicks expect Carmelo Anthony right where he's been - in their uniform and in their starting lineup. The Knicks said Friday they plan for Anthony to report next week after not finding a trade for their All-Star forward. ''When we set out, we said if there was something there that made sense both for him and for the Knicks organization, then we would strongly consider it,'' general manager Scott Perry said.

Knicks' Michael Beasley doesn't want to be called 'a weed head,' does think he can be one of the NBA's best

Source | 1 day ago.

Michael Beasley *did* score 28 points for the Milwaukee Bucks in January. (AP) Michael Beasley isn’t about to be rooked by Stephen A. Smith. Beasley, who has had a handful of marijuana-related run-ins in his past, said a bunch of wild stuff at his New

Rumor: Carmelo Anthony to accept trade to Trail Blazers if Knicks and Rockets don’t strike deal

Source | 1 day ago.

Carmelo Anthony trade talks between the Knicks and Rockets appear to be going nowhere. Yet, Anthony’s camp is reportedly cautiously optimistic he’ll get dealt by Monday. This might explain why. Jason McIntyre of Fox Sports: Carmelo Anthony

Well, this is awkward: Five NBA training camps that will be anything but comfortable

Source | 1 day ago.

Yup, Carmelo Anthony is still a Knick. From the moment the Golden State Warriors completed their five-game annihilation of the Cleveland Cavaliers in the NBA Finals, the league has had no shortage of eye-popping drama and intrigue. The wildest and most fascinating offseason in more than two decades has included unprecedented superstar movement, a shocking trade demand that broke up the champions once removed, and even a head-scratching social media blunder just as training camps are about to get underway.

Carmelo Anthony trade rumors: Knicks GM's omission sign of a deal?

Source | 1 day ago.

Scott Perry gave Knicks watchers something to dig into Thursday when he wrote about the team but omitted Carmelo Anthony. Reports earlier in the week said Anthony's camp is hoping Melo will be dealt to the Rockets soon. It's easy to speculate, based on Perry's article for the team's TV outlet, that a deal is happening.

Carmelo Anthony Trade Rumors: Knicks Star Out Of New York Before Pre-Season

Source | 2 days ago.

Carmelo Anthony’s departure has been speculated since then-president Phil Jackson publicly ousted him during an April press conference. Subsequently, the New York Knicks star has been linked to teams like the Houston Rockets, the Los Angeles Clippers, and the Portland Trailblazers — and now it’s rumored he’ll be traded before the start of pre-season. Knicks insider Frank Isola seemingly added fuel to the rumors Wednesday when he suggested Anthony was likely headed to Houston next week. Afterward, both teams had searched for a third team to help fulfill the Knicks’ asset requests.

Report: Carmelo Anthony’s camp ‘cautiously optimistic’ Knicks will trade him by Monday

Source | 3 days ago.

In July, Carmelo Anthony was reportedly confident he’d be traded to the Rockets. A couple months later, with Anthony still on the Knicks, it looks downright foolish. Anthony’s camp is cautiously optimistic that a deal will be struck before Monday, and trying not to think about the potential media circus that will take place if Carmelo is still with the Knicks.

NBA trade rumors: Carmelo Anthony's camp hopeful Knicks star will be dealt to Rockets by Monday

Source | 3 days ago.

At the tail end of an offseason that saw Chris Paul land with the Rockets, Kyrie Irving seemingly out of nowhere get shipped off to the Celtics in exchange for Isaiah Thomas and Jimmy Butler leave the Bulls for the Timberwolves, there's still one NBA trade that has not occurred. Carmelo Anthony has not been moved from the Knicks despite the relationship with his employer being all but ruined after former team president Phil Jackson said he would "be better off somewhere else" along with months of rumors and speculation.

Why the Carmelo Anthony to the Rockets trade is taking so long

Source | 3 days ago.

With New York Knicks media day coming and training camp shortly after, Carmelo Anthony still hasn’t been traded. And even though his camp is “cautiously optimistic that a deal will be struck before Monday,” a worst-case scenario looms with president Steve Mills and general manger Scott Perry dancing around questions about their star forward while Anthony still wondering why he’s not in Houston as a Rocket. The Knicks and Rockets resumed talking about a Carmelo Anthony trade in early August after much back and forth between the two teams, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Anthony is reportedly open to waiving his no-trade clause to join James Harden and Chris Paul, and Nene Instagrammed

Even LeBron James can't stop the Cavaliers losing money

Source | 3 days ago.

Having the NBA’s best all-round player on your team apparently provides no guarantee of financial success, as the Cleveland Cavaliers are finding out. A report by ESPN shows 14 NBA franchises lost money in the 2016-17 season. Nine of those teams made losses even after revenue-sharing was taken into account. Those teams include the Cavaliers, who reached the NBA Finals for the second year in a row in June, losing to the Golden State Warriors. The Cavaliers made a net loss after revenue-sharing and the luxury tax were factored in. That almost half of the league’s teams are loss-making even in the wake of a new $24 billion television deal presents a headache to the NBA as it attempts to balance

Michael Beasley: “I’m literally just Carmelo on the left side of the floor”

Source | 3 days ago.

Michael Beasley recently signed a one-year contract with the New York Knicks for the veteran minimum. Hopefully, this is just the start of an interesting year with the Knicks. Speaking to reporters this week, Beasley had lots to say about his potential new role with New York, his interplay with Carmelo Anthony, and his new weight loss.

Beasley sees Knicks as playoff team, wants Melo to stay

Source | 3 days ago.

TARRYTOWN, N.Y. -- Michael Beasley says he "would love New York to be my home," but he's not here to replace Carmelo Anthony. The 28-year-old Beasley, a former No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft, signed a one-year, $2.1 million contract with the Knicks in August for the NBA's veteran minimum. Some speculate that he was brought in as a primary scorer -- something he's always done well -- in the event the Knicks trade Anthony. But he says that isn't the case. "I don't think of that at all," Beasley, who has career averages of 9.4 points and 3.4 rebounds, said Tuesday at the Knicks' training facility. "I don't know what's going on. I don't watch anybody else's saga but my own and I'm looking forward to

Jarrett Jack signs with Knicks

Source | 6 days ago.

PG Jarrett Jack has signed with the Knicks, the team announced Friday. The deal will not be fully guaranteed, according to ESPN. The veteran point guard has played for seven NBA teams and most recently wrapped up a brief second stint with the New Orleans Pelicans. He spent 2014-15 and 2015-16 with the Brooklyn Nets. Jack and recently-signed guard Ramon Sessions would provide a veteran presence for the Knicks, who selected Frank Ntilikina in this year's draft. Jack has averaged 11 points per game over his career and played just two games last season due to a knee injury. The New York Knicks can now throw a starting lineup out there made up of just point guards. With the addition of veteran Jarret

Shved inspires Russia to Serbia EuroBasket semi

Source | 8 days ago.

Aleksei Shved enjoyed an inspired second half as Russia fought back to defeat Greece and book a EuroBasket semi-final with Serbia, who overcame Italy in the last eight. Russia made a slow start to their showdown with Greece in Istanbul on Wednesday and trailed by six points at half-time. Greece had knocked out Lithuania, losing finalists at the past two EuroBaskets, in the previous round but fell short on this occasion against a Russia side that are now into the last four for the first since 2011.

Knicks undergo wildly unproductive regime change

Source | 9 days ago.

The Knicks spent the offseason shooting wildly, sometimes hitting something – including their own feet. After Jackson, New York turned over power to former team preisdent Steve Mills, who asserted himself by signing Tim Hardaway Jr. to a ridiculous four-year, $71 million offer sheet. Amid all the chaos, the Knicks just backslid further.

Kristaps Porzingis accuses former Knick Anthony Randolph of dirty play at EuroBasket

Source | 9 days ago.

Kristaps Porzingis, the future of Knicks basketball, and he has had a fantastic EuroBasket for Latvia. Anthony Randolph, a blink in the past of Knicks basketball (he spent most of his NBA career in Denver and Minnesota), plays for Slovenia, the team that eliminated Latvia from the European Championships on Wednesday. The Knicks past and future got into a little scrape at the end of a physical game Wednesday at EuroBasket, which started with a cheap shot from Randolph, and Tommy Beer of Basketball Insiders has the video.

Marbury hopes to finish off career back in NBA

Source | 9 days ago.

Stephon Marbury hopes to finish off his basketball career back in the NBA. The 40-year old guard is playing in the Chinese Basketball Association this season for the Beijing Fly Dragons and when the league ends in February or March he wants to join an NBA franchise. ''I've spoken to a team,'' Marbury told The Associated Press in a phone interview from Malaysia on Wednesday night.

Top 100 NBA Players of 2018: Why Porzingis Is Ranked Higher Than Carmelo

Source | 9 days ago.

The Crossover's Ben Golliver says Kristaps Porzingis could become the No.1 scoring option for the New York Knicks.

Magic Johnson said he turned down Warriors, Pistons, Knicks before Lakers

Source | 10 days ago.

Magic Johnson wanted to stay loyal to the Lakers and the Buss family. Sure, he ventured into baseball ownership for a bit with the Dodgers, but his heart was always in hoops. Magic says he turned down jobs with the Dubs, Pistons and Knicks before taking the Lakers job.

Everyone is losing their mind about Carmelo Anthony and Lonzo Ball’s ESPN rank

Source | 10 days ago.

This typically results in some lively conversations, including several that include NBA players themselves. Enter Carmelo Anthony. According to ESPN’s “NBARank” for NBA players, the New York Knicks forward is ranked behind Los Angeles Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball.