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  • James Harden expects smooth transition with Carmelo Anthony

    James Harden expects smooth transition with Carmelo Anthony

    The Houston Rockets had an active offseason, as the team added and subtracted from their league-best 65 wins from 2017-18. The most high-profile move involves Carmelo Anthony, who spent last season with the Oklahoma City Thunder. There has been considerable speculation about how Anthony will fit...
  • Mike D’Antoni optimistic about Carmelo Anthony’s fit in Houston

    Mike D’Antoni optimistic about Carmelo Anthony’s fit in Houston

    It’s no secret that Houston Rockets head coach Mike D’Antoni maintained a tumultuous relationship with Carmelo Anthony when both were a part of the New York Knicks. The two have been paired together once again in Houston, and the head coach envisions better results. Anthony has officially joined the...
  • Carmelo Anthony set to join Houston Rockets

    Carmelo Anthony set to join Houston Rockets

    After significant speculation, Carmelo Anthony is on his way to the Houston Rockets. The veteran forward officially cleared waivers following a buyout with the Atlanta Hawks, thus making him eligible to sign with any other team. According to ESPN, Anthony will sign a 1-year, $2.4 million deal to...
  • Carmelo Anthony set to hit free-agent market following three-team trade

    Carmelo Anthony set to hit free-agent market following three-team trade

    The Oklahoma City Thunder have continued an active offseason, shipping Carmelo Anthony to the Atlanta Hawks in a multi-team deal. Following the completion of the trade, Anthony will reportedly receive a buyout, enabling him to choose his preferred destination in free agency. The trade expands...
  • Carmelo Anthony likely heading to open market

    Carmelo Anthony likely heading to open market

    The Oklahoma City Thunder has made several big additions to their roster this offseason. Not only did the team retain Paul George and Jerami Grant, the Thunder signed center Nerlens Noel. In order to accommodate all these salaries, the Thunder will need to slash payroll elsewhere, and Carmelo...
  • Carmelo Anthony opts to return to Oklahoma City Thunder

    Carmelo Anthony opts to return to Oklahoma City Thunder

    Carmelo Anthony has decided to return to the Oklahoma City Thunder, opting into his contract for the 2018-19 season.  Anthony retained a player option for the final year of his 5-year, $120 million contract that he originally signed with the New York Knicks. The deal will pay Anthony $27.9 million...
  • Carmelo Anthony passes Jerry West on NBA’s all-time scoring list

    Carmelo Anthony passes Jerry West on NBA’s all-time scoring list

    Carmelo Anthony’s Hall of Fame career saw another milestone Tuesday night. The Oklahoma City Thunder forward, who has taken on a new role playing alongside Russell Westbrook and Paul George, passed legendary guard Jerry West on the league’s all-time scoring list. By passing West, Anthony leapfrogged...
  • Carmelo Anthony key to Thunder’s ascent

    Carmelo Anthony key to Thunder’s ascent

    If the Oklahoma City Thunder are going to pose a threat in the Western Conference playoffs, they’re going to need Carmelo Anthony to be a difference-maker.  With Russell Westbrook and Paul George serving as bonafide superstars, Anthony will need to fill a certain role. In previous years, players...
  • Oklahoma City Thunder off to fast start with Paul George

    Oklahoma City Thunder off to fast start with Paul George

    The Oklahoma City Thunder are already pulling out all the stops in an attempt to woo superstar forward Paul George. The most important step: re-signing point guard Russell Westbrook to a max extension this offseason. Westbrook’s commitment to Oklahoma City will undoubtedly leave an impact on George...
  • Carmelo Anthony has unique opportunity with Oklahoma City Thunder

    Carmelo Anthony has unique opportunity with Oklahoma City Thunder

    The Oklahoma City Thunder have rebounded quite nicely since losing former MVP Kevin Durant. In one offseason, the organization managed to acquire Paul George and Carmelo Anthony, as well as power forward Patrick Patterson.  Anthony waived his no-trade clause to take a shot at a title in Oklahoma...
  • Russell Westbrook commits to Oklahoma City

    Russell Westbrook commits to Oklahoma City

    Despite years of dominant play from Kevin Durant in Oklahoma City, Russell Westbrook has emerged as the city’s prodigal son. Nearly a year after Durant decided to leave Oklahoma to play with the Golden State Warriors, Westbrook has committed to the team and the city, signing a massive $205 million...
  • Carmelo Anthony likely to remain with New York Knicks

    Carmelo Anthony likely to remain with New York Knicks

    On the eve of training camp, the question remains: where will Carmelo Anthony go? The New York Knicks star forward is still on the team’s roster, despite an entire offseason spent with his name in daily trade rumors. While there might be feasible trade options, Anthony still maintains a no-trade...
  • Michael Beasley has lofty expectations for New York Knicks

    Michael Beasley has lofty expectations for New York Knicks

    One year ago, Derrick Rose offered up some eye-opening claims regarding the New York Knicks ahead of his lone season with the team. Today, new Knick Michael Beasley has picked up where the former MVP left off. Beasley, who spent last season with the Milwaukee Bucks, sees the playoffs in New York’s...
  • Five landing spots that would make sense for Carmelo Anthony

    Five landing spots that would make sense for Carmelo Anthony

    The New York Knicks would reportedly like forward Carmelo Anthony to expand his “acceptable destinations” list to teams beyond the Houston Rockets. As it stands, Anthony–owner of a no-trade clause–can veto any trade that the Knicks front office devises. Although Anthony wants to play with the...
  • Kristaps Porzingis wants to remain with New York Knicks

    Kristaps Porzingis wants to remain with New York Knicks

    Despite the controversy surrounding New York Knicks big man Kristaps Porzingis and his failure to attend the team’s exit meetings, he wants to play in New York. Apparently, the new management team suits him well. Phil Jackson’s tenure as team president was marred by multiple controversies with...
  • Carmelo Anthony only seeking flight in Houston

    Carmelo Anthony only seeking flight in Houston

    If a Carmelo Anthony trade is going to have liftoff, it’s only going to be to the Houston Rockets, reports say. Anthony, owner of a no-trade clause, has long been the object of trade rumors. The New York Knicks and their remodeled front office would like to move him in a deal that makes sense. The...
  • Trading Carmelo Anthony will drastically change the Knicks' starting lineup.

    Questions abound for New York Knicks heading into next season

    There are still a few NBA teams whose fortunes could change drastically before the start of the 2016-17 season. The New York Knicks are among them. The Knicks are a team very much in flux, as new general manager Scott Perry and president Steve Mills clearly have the future on their mind. The Knicks...
  • New York Knicks hire GM, reportedly reconsider Carmelo Anthony move

    New York Knicks hire GM, reportedly reconsider Carmelo Anthony move

    Brook Lopez set the pace for most times reportedly traded, but Carmelo Anthony is quickly approaching that number. After the Knicks came to terms with new general manager Scott Perry, the team reportedly engaged in internal discussions focused on keeping the All-Star forward. According to the New...
  • Carmelo Anthony could be Houston bound

    Carmelo Anthony could be Houston bound

    The New York Knicks might finally be able to finish a job that Phil Jackson started so long ago: trade Carmelo Anthony. According to multiple reports, the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks have engaged teams in three- and four-trade proposals to try and make a deal work. Anthony needs to waive his...
  • Carmelo Anthony makes sense in Miami

    Carmelo Anthony makes sense in Miami

    The New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony are headed for a divorce. Anthony, who has been steadfast in his refusal to play for another franchise, appears ready to move on after months of cryptic tweets and comments about the star forward’s abilities. Anthony has spent seven seasons with the Knicks...
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