Jeff Hornacek has tried everything.
With time running out, Carmelo Anthony hoisted a 25-foot 3-point attempt, a shot he thought would go in. It did not, and the Knicks absorbed their 13th loss in 16 games.
Phil Jackson has actually done more for Carmelo Anthony than giving him a mega bucks contract with a no-trade clause.
Is Melo on his way out of New York?
The Knicks forward explained how he might consider being traded
If the New York Knicks are serious about making a change in personnel, then Carmelo Anthony is willing to listen and perhaps waive his no-trade clause. Anthony says the ball The post Carmelo Anthony Would ‘Consider’ Waiving No-Trade Clause appeared first on SLAMonline.
On Tuesday, Carmelo Anthony told Knicks president Phil Jackson that he wants to stay in New York. Though Jackson's fried Charlie Rose wrote that Anthony had "outlived his usefulness in New York," we don't know if Jackson wants to keep his highest paid player for the last 2 1/2 years of his contract.
With questions swirling regarding Carmelo Anthony's future with the New York Knicks, the nine-time All-Star has addressed his feelings on the matter. According to Al Iannazzone of Newsday, Melo said this week he would consider waiving his no-trade clause if approached by management: "I think it will be more on the front office. Show More Summary
“I’ve never seen it before,” said Carmelo Anthony.
Trailing the Wizards 113-110 with 13.7 seconds left in the fourth quarter, the Knicks needed a three-pointer to send the game to overtime. So when Carmelo Anthony dished the ball to a wide open Courtney Lee in the corner, everyone assumed he’d take the shot. Lee did not take the shot, though. And the reason […]
Anthony had 34 points in all but missed a go-ahead shot late in the game on a controversial play, sending the Knicks to their 12th loss in 15 games.
Carmelo Anthony played like an All-Star for one quarter. As for the rest of the game? John Wall was better.
A great quarter for the Knicks star ultimately doesn't matter, but he got buckets for a while
Well this is impressive.
This was bad It’s kind of a mess in Knicks-land right now, so that’s why I’m gonna let this go. That’s why I’m gonna pretend Carmelo Anthony did not airball a two-footer. Nope. Didn’t happen. The Knicks are currently in 11th place in the Eastern Conference, losing seven of their last 10 games. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson still doesn't want to talk about Carmelo or the Knicks - but he did manage to work in a shot at Donald Trump.
This is an epidemic Dear NBA referees, this a plead to please stop blowing your whistle so loudly into Carmelo Anthony’s ear. If this was a one-time thing, I’d let it slide but it’s a common occurrence and someone needs stand up against...Show More Summary
After a big win over the Boston Celtics, it is vitally important that the New York Knicks retain Derrick Rose in free agency.
The New York Knicks' endless drama and turmoil are exhausting Carmelo Anthony. The post Carmelo Anthony ‘Tired’ of Knicks Drama appeared first on SLAMonline.
One day after Phil Jackson met with Carmelo Anthony to discuss the nine-time All-Star's present and future with the New York Knicks, Anthony spoke about what happened between the two. "The conversation wasn't that long," Anthony said, per ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. Show More Summary