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We're Really Going To Miss Mike Woodson Getting Pissed Off At The Knicks

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The Knicks are done being bad for this season, so it's almost to introduce a new coach. You know it, I know it, Carmelo Anthony knows it, Phil Jackson knows it, and Mike Woodson knows it. Steve Kerr knows it too, it seems: According to a report in the Post, Kerr "absolutely expects" to be offered the Knicks job, and "he's definitely going to do it." Read more...

Carmelo Wants to Stay with Knicks, Steve Kerr Won't Factor in That Decision

According to George Willis of the New York Post, Steve Kerr is expecting an offer to become the New York Knicks' next head coach. How would that affect Carmelo Anthony's free-agency decision? Tune in to the video above with Mitch Lawrence of the New York Daily News to find out! Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Artist Releases 'Knickerbocker for Life (Carmelo Anthony Song)'

Carmelo Anthony's future with the New York Knicks is up in the air, but artist Milford Jerome's latest song makes it clear what the superstar should do. This isn't the first time that the artist came up with a Knicks song. He did an anthem on J.R. Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Rumors: Latest Buzz and Speculation Surrounding Veteran SF

Carmelo Anthony is set to opt out of the final year of his contract and test the free-agent market. While he didn't rule out returning to the New York Knicks for next season and beyond, he made it clear winning will the most important...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Willing to Re-Sign With Knicks: ‘But I Also Want to Win’

The post Carmelo Anthony Willing to Re-Sign With Knicks: ‘But I Also Want to Win’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

NBA Rumors: Carmelo Anthony, Kyrie Irving, Pau Gasol and More Buzz

Let the rumor season begin. Sure, the NBA playoffs may be starting, but for every team that didn't make it, the offseason is now underway. While transactions can't officially happen yet, the buzz about which players might leave their teams, be traded or ultimately stay will now begin in full force. Show More Summary

Lupica: Easy on the ax, Jax, Woodson deserves Knicks respect

Even with this rush in basketball New York to make Mike Woodson the fall guy for everything wrong at the Garden except ticket prices and get him out of here, maybe somebody at the Garden other than Carmelo Anthony could show some respect for the work Woodson has done here.

Has Carmelo Anthony Played Final Game with New York Knicks?

Nary a day has gone by in the last 11 months without Carmelo Anthony's future being questioned, the New York Knicks' faculty ravaged and the relationship between star and team gutted. Anthony's free agency has always been a big deal,...Show More Summary

New York Knicks' Disaster Plan If Carmelo Anthony Walks in Free Agency

The New York Knicks will certainly hope to retain Carmelo Anthony this offseason, but it would be smart to prepare for the worst-case scenario, particularly since teams actually playing in the postseason might be in position to acquire him. Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Talks Free Agency, Knicks Future and More at Exit Interview

Bring on the NBA playoffs! But not for Carmelo Anthony. His New York Knicks didn't make the playoffs. Did you know that? Did you know that Anthony's Knicks didn't make the postseason? And did you also know this is the first time in his 11-year career that his team hasn't made the playoffs? Because Anthony knows. Show More Summary

Melo open to staying in NY if Knicks build a winner

An emotional Carmelo Anthony used words like "embarrassing" and "failure" while talking Thursday about missing the playoffs for the first time in his NBA career. The soon-to-be free agent also once again reiterated that he wants to remain with the Knicks.

JR Smith Believes Carmelo Anthony Will Re-Sign With the Knicks

The post JR Smith Believes Carmelo Anthony Will Re-Sign With the Knicks appeared first on SLAMonline.

J.R. says Melo too unsatisfied to go

J.R. Smith still has hope that Carmelo Anthony, his longtime teammate with the Nuggets and the Knicks, will decide to stay in New York as a free agent this summer.

Bulls Rumors: Chicago Must Exhaust All Options to Bring in Carmelo Anthony

The Chicago Bulls are just about ready to begin their run in the playoffs, but it never hurts to take an early look at the offseason. What the team has done this season has been nothing short of incredible. Former MVP Derrick Rose was...Show More Summary

NBA Rumors: Latest Buzz on Carmelo Anthony, Cleveland Cavaliers and More

If the early rumors of teams' unhappiness with their current rosters or star Carmelo Anthony's possible interest in joining the Chicago Bulls are any indication, it is going to be a busy offseason. With just days left in the NBA regular...Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony: 'I Have a Lot to Think About' During 2014 Offseason

Offseason uncertainty is weighing on Carmelo Anthony like he's barreling toward free agency after the New York Knicks staged one of the most expensive choke jobs ever or something. Wait a minute... For the first time of his illustrious,...Show More Summary

JR Smith Believes Carmelo Anthony Will Re-Sign with New York Knicks

Hopefully New York Knicks resident chucker J.R. Smith knows best. Unless you're into Saturday night raves, head-to-toe tattoos and obsessing over shoelaces the way Mr. Deeds' butler does feet, you've probably never embraced that line of thinking before. Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony Out for Last 2 Games With Shoulder Tear

The post Carmelo Anthony Out for Last 2 Games With Shoulder Tear appeared first on SLAMonline.

Carmelo Anthony out with shoulder tear

Here’s the New York Daily News reporting on Knicks star Carmelo Anthony. The Knicks failed to qualify for the NBA playoffs, and Melo’s season has ended slightly early now with an injury: If Carmelo Anthony indeed has played his final game as a Knick, this is a doubly painful way for his time in New York [...]

Nets don’t clinch fifth seed as they fall to Melo-less Knicks

The Nets had an opportunity for some clarity in their playoff mess, a chance to clinch the fifth seed against an eliminated Knicks squad without Carmelo Anthony. Instead, they were embarrassed by New York for the second time in two weeks on Tuesday night, 109-98, further muddying their playoff picture as Barclays Center erupted in a “Let’s Go Knicks” chant in the final minutes.

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