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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Trade rumors swirling around New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony are at an all time high. Between the Clippers, Celtics, Heat, and Wizards only one makes sense.
My take on why Anthony should salvage his career, by accepting a trade to the Miami Heat.
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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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Next on our list of upcoming free agents, a sharpshooting bucket dropper, and 10-year veteran, JJ Redick. With Chris Paul and Blake Griffin also facing free agency, Redick is expected to test the market, searching for a contract near $20-million.
With that in mind, who are some teams that may take interest? My take:
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De’Aaron Fox is out, who’s in?
As has the rest of the season, the NBA Draft Lottery did not fall in the Knicks’ favor. Opposed to moving up in to the Top 3, New York actually fell back to pick number eight.
Eyes were set on De’Aaron Fox, but now? My thoughts:
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Was Porzingis trying to tell us something?
Even halfway through the season, before most of the Knicks drama commenced, trade rumors began swirling between these two teams. Originally, it was thought the Clippers may make a run at Carmelo. Now, after a scandalous tweet, could they be after Porzingis?
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Jrue Holiday is due to be a free agent.
The New Orleans Pelicans finished (34-48) , and 10th in the Western Conference. Despite adding star center DeMarcus Cousins, they fell short of the playoffs yet again. Jrue Holiday, their starting point guard is due to be a free agent.
My thoughts, on the former NBA All Star’s free agency options:
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Knicks fans, don’t fear. Times now may be bleak, but the future is bright.
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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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The New York Knicks didn’t find much success after signing Hail Mary free agents Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah prior to the start of the season. Though this is true, we did see signs of life from the center position, and maybe a little too much.
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