It took longer than the New York Knicks would have liked, but Carmelo Anthony has decided to keep his considerable talent on Broadway after agreeing to a contract extension with the team. Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports first broke...Show More Summary
Portland Trail Blazers forward Thomas Robinson came up with a steal off a pass attempt to New York Knicks big man Cameron Moore on Saturday and saw the opportunity for a highlight-reel dunk on the other end of the floor. Things didn't...Show More Summary
The second day of Las Vegas Summer League action got off to an unexpected start, and not just because New York Knicks Rookie Shane Larkin hit an impossible, high-arcing floater to give his team a victory. No, there was more to the Vegas...Show More Summary
The last time that Phil Jackson was a member of the New York Knicks, he was not known for being a "Zen Master" or for having more championship rings than fingers. As a player in the 1960s and '70s "Action Jackson" was known for his incredibly...Show More Summary
While the Chicago Bulls’ offseason is far from over, it’s not too early to hand out report card grades. Unfortunately, they weren ’t able to land Carmelo Anthony, who will re-sign with the New York Knicks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony returns to the Knicks now, which was the play for him all along, no matter how much he was romanced in his tour across America, teams in New York and Chicago and Los Angeles all wanting him to come play for them.
Carmelo Anthony got his big money and is staying in New York as everyone figured all along, and the only question is, how much money? Did Melo give the Knicks a hometown discount so that they’ll have the necessary room to bring in more pieces?
A person with knowledge of the details says Carmelo Anthony is staying with the New York Knicks.
Re-signing Carmelo Anthony is only the beginning. After much ado, after a protracted period of doubt, indecision and slight confusion, the New York Knicks got their guy. Frank Isola of the New York Daily News was the first to reportShow More Summary
Mickey Mantle, Joe Namath, Mark Messier, Derek Jeter and Eli Manning have all owned the New York sports market and the endorsement riches that follow. Can Carmelo be next?
The Chicago Bulls failed to connect on their biggest free-agency swing, losing Carmelo Anthony to Phil Jackson, the New York Knicks and max money in a whiff befitting the Windy City. Per Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports, Melo madeShow More Summary
The New York Knicks may have landed the steal of the draft with the 34th pick in Wichita State forward Cleanthony Early. Knicks fans can expect Early to have an immediate impact in his rookie season. The New York native was the best player on a Shockers team that entered the 2014 NCAA tournament undefeated. Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Lakers' rebuilding project might take a while in the wake of missing out on Carmelo Anthony (who will re-sign the New York Knicks, Ken Berger of CBS Sports reports) and LeBron James, but deals like the one that brought...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony believes in Phil Jackson. That was the quote that floated around Wednesday when Frank Isola of the New York Daily News reported that, "barring a last-second change of heart," Anthony would return to the New York Knicks. Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony’s longtime teammate Kenyon Martin showed up at the Knicks’ summer-league game on Saturday and said he’s “not surprised” that the All-Star forward has decided to return to New York.
Carmelo Anthony will accept a five-year contract worth over $120 million from the New York Knicks, according to Yahoo. Anthony is expected to make the announcement public on Saturday. In the weeks […] The post Carmelo Anthony To Sign 5-Year Deal With Knicks appeared first on SLAMonline.
Carmelo Anthony is staying home, deciding to return to the New York Knicks.
Carmelo Anthony loves New York. The seven-time All-Star and the Knicks were hammering out the final details of a new contract on Saturday that will keep Athony in New York.
The former scoring champion has decided to return to the Big Apple. Carmelo Anthony has decided to re-up with the New York Knicks, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports. Anthony came to his decision after visiting the Lakers, Bulls, Knicks, Rockets and Mavericks. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson has a master plan in New York, and it won't be dictated by the actions of Carmelo Anthony. Sure, any reasonable mind would love to keep Anthony on board for the long term, but when a rebuilding job is as difficult as the...Show More Summary