Why Carmelo to Oklahoma City is the Best Option for All Involved

The Oklahoma City Thunder and New York Knicks alike would benefit from a Carmelo trade.

The Carmelo Anthony trade rumors have been one of many ongoing stories in the NBA this summer. Among many others, the Oklahoma City Thunder inquired about Anthony, though talks have not progressed.

However, for the Knicks and Thunder, this trade could be the best move going forward.

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Shining Bright, the Suns Options

Pick a forward, or trade for one?

The NBA Draft Lottery has come and gone, and no the Phoenix Suns are not picking in the top three. However, they will draft at pick four.

With this in mind, my take on their draft night moves.

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The Season’s Top Performances

Who put on the biggest show?

This year, the NBA is hosting an award show. In addition to MVP, MIP, ROY, DPOY, and COY, the fans will get a say in various other accolades. This includes the best performance (game) from the 2016-2017 NBA season. Before you vote, I ranked my top five, in hopes of reminding you of all the buckets dropped this year:

*If you click on the name of each player, I have linked full highlights of their performance*

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Carmelo Anthony: the End of an Era

Carmelo Anthony may have played his last game for New York.

“You either win a championship, or play long enough to see your franchise president become the villain.”

Carmelo Anthony can attest to that.

President of Knicks’ operations, Phil Jackson, held a press conference Friday afternoon, and displayed nothing but skepticism regarding the future of the star forward. With that in mind, I wanted to take a look at Carmelo’s career in New York, one worth reverence.

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New York Knicks: The Tank Keeps Rolling

What does tanking mean for the New York Knicks?

Winning only as many games as you have to, doing the bare minimum. Some call it tanking, others call it the game plan for the New York Knicks. Another year into Carmelo’s tenure in New York, and they haven’t seen the playoffs since 2013. This year however, tanking may very well be the move.

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The 30K Club, Who’s Next?

Collin talks about the 30k points club and who might get in.

Tuesday night against the Los Angeles Lakers, Dirk Nowitzki surpassed the 30,000 point career mark in his career. An elite milestone that only SIX players in history have eclipsed. The current club members are : Michael Jordan, Karl Malone, Kobe Bryant, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, and Dirk Nowitzki. Today’s NBA is filled with score-first players, so I graded today’s stars on their 30K club potential: Continue reading “The 30K Club, Who’s Next?”