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Stephen A. Smith Says ‘Ain’t No Way In Hell’ Carmelo Anthony Is Staying In New York, A Mere Eight Months Before Free Agency
Ah yes. It’s a little over a month into the season, the Knicks are only three games back of the Atlantic Division lead (and thus a top-4 playoff spot), we have eight months until free agency begins — but Carmelo Anthony is definitely leaving New York.
Carmelo Anthony Said He Wants To Retire A Knick, Followed That Up By Clanking The Potential Game-Winner
There’s a fantastic write-up in GQ this week about MediaTakeOut, one of our favorite sites on the Internet for its ridiculously over-the-top headlines that vacillate from flat-out bullshit to kernel-of-truth-wrapped-in-terrible-grammar-and-spelling. The lead-in about La La Anthony, after the jump.
U.S. basketball flopping technology is about two decades behind that of European soccer, but thanks to guys like Sam Young of the Indiana Pacers, we’re slowly catching up.
If 121 people vote on something, and 120 vote the same way, what can we say about that one dissenter? Maybe he’s crazy; maybe he has an ax to grind; maybe he just felt like being difficult. But according to Gary Washburn of the Boston Globe, he really, truly felt that Carmelo Anthony was a more valuable player this year than LeBron “Four MVPs” James. He even wrote an article defending himself.
After the worst playoff series of his career, Carmelo Anthony and his wife Lala can finally stop picturing a nude Kevin Garnett. Hopefully. We break down the possible meanings of this photo after the jump.
Well, it didn’t take long for things to get back to normal in Boston. Celtics fans are chanting “Honey Nut Cheerios” as the Celtics play the Knicks in Game 6 of their playoff series. It’s of course directed toward Carmelo Anthony, and it’s so totally tasteless and wrong. And funny.
The Celtics managed to beat the Knicks last night without a single tangible contribution from
scrub bench player Jordan Crawford. After not playing a single minute of Game 5, Crawford was looking for a way to make his mark, so he went up to Carmelo Anthony and did… something not nice. Though we can’t know for sure what he said, we have a pretty good idea.