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NBA Rumors: New York Knicks & Houston Rockets Working Hard on Carmelo Anthony Trade

Posted on 10 Jul, 2017, by in NBA

The Houston Rockets haven’t given up on creating their own version of the superteam, no matter how much they have to gut their depth chart. The New York Knicks are still hoping to move Carmelo Anthony, finally finding a team he’s willing to play for and that’s willing to take him on. More

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Houston Rockets Rumors: First Chris Paul, Then Take Paul George or Carmelo Anthony

Posted on 28 Jun, 2017, by in NBA

The Houston Rockets trading for Chris Paul seems to be only the beginning. If rumors suggesting an attempt to make some sort of big 3 happen, then the Rockets will pursue some sort of deal that lands them Paul George or Carmelo Anthony. More

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NBA Rumors: Cleveland Cavaliers Trying to Catch the Golden State Warriors With the Wrong Approach

Posted on 26 Jun, 2017, by in NBA

There are a number of ways to approach the art of team building in the NBA. The Cleveland Cavaliers, trying to make the most of the “LeBron James championship window”, aren’t doing things the methodical, patient way, as they try to find a recipe that will give them an edge over the Golden State Warriors. More

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NBA Rumors: New York Knicks & Indiana Pacers About to Lose Carmelo Anthony & Paul George

Posted on 18 Apr, 2017, by in NBA

The New York Knicks, or the managing the team for the last few years, have pretty much made it clear they don’t want Carmelo Anthony anymore. The Indiana Pacers would love to hold on to Paul George till the end of time, but their franchise player might not want to stay on board much longer. More

NBA Rumors: Bulls, Knicks & Lakers in a Murky Present; Facing an Unknown Future

Posted on 8 Feb, 2017, by in NBA

The NBA teams of the three biggest TV markets can’t seem to get it right. The Chicago Bulls are mediocre and unsure whether to build around Jimmy Butler or dump him, and what to do with the current management. The New York Knicks seem to be realizing that Carmelo Anthony is only hurting them, but Phil Jackson may not be the one who can bring this group into the playoffs and contention again. And for the Los Angeles Lakers, it looks like the young talent they’ve assembled isn’t going to be enough for the post-Kobe Bryant era, but some of the decisions they made last offseason will limit their flexibility. More

NBA Rumors: New York Knicks Can Trace Their Problems to Giving Carmelo Anthony a 5-Year Extension

Posted on 16 Jan, 2017, by in NBA

The New York Knicks seem to be headed towards another lost season if things don’t change quickly. They can blame a lot of things and people, but Phil Jackson signing Carmelo Anthony to a four-year extension in 2014 is the biggest problem this team has; a problem they can’t solve until Anthony himself decides he wants to leave. More

NBA Rumors: New York Knicks Might Have an All-Star Starter in Kristaps Porzingis

Posted on 23 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

The best player on the New York Knicks so far this season? Kristaps Porzingis, although he tries to credit Carmelo Anthony all the time. So good he could end up making the All-Star game, maybe even start in it? More

NBA Rumors: New York Knicks, LeBron James, Phil Jackson & What Carmelo Anthony Thinks

Posted on 16 Nov, 2016, by in NBA

It’s an interesting situation Carmelo Anthony finds himself in: Having to comment on the media feud between LeBron James and Phil Jackson, who is also the guy running the New York Knicks, where Anthony plays. More

NBA: Knicks Taught a Lesson by LeBron James & Cavaliers

Posted on 26 Oct, 2016, by in NBA

If anyone expected to see something different from the New York Knicks as they tried to crash the party of the Cleveland Cavaliers and LeBron James receiving their championship rings, they were in for a disappointment. More

Jeremy Lin Can Turn Nets vs Knicks Into a Serious Rivalry

Posted on 10 Oct, 2016, by in Featured, NBA

The Brooklyn Nets and New York Knicks will play each other four times in the regular season. That means Jeremy Lin being asked about Carmelo Anthony before every game, and the other way around. But in a league that’s starving for more rivalries, this isn’t necessarily a bad thing. More