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New York Knicks
Carmelo Anthony can’t imagine the Atlanta Hawks will have luck signing free agents in the near future. GM Danny Ferry and the Atlanta Hawks are in a world of trouble.
Barring a change of heart ahead of tomorrow’s planned announcement, Carmelo Anthony will resign with the New York Knicks according to a report from the New York Daily News on Wednesday evening.
If The Knicks Can Clear Stoudemire’s Contract In A Trade With the 76ers, Which Free Agents Should They Target?
Stats from earlier today: As of trade, Knicks' "Big 3" ends with 45-48 record, appeared in 93/230 gms, $160.02M cost. pic.twitter.com/aFhCpLLVr4
— Angus Crawford (@gus_crawford) June 26, 2014
Going into next season, Amar’e Stoudemire — the “original” piece — may be the only one left on the roster.
Carmelo Anthony officially opted out today and is no longer a New York Knick, at the moment. Before Knicks fans throw themselves off the Brooklyn Bridge, or become Nets fans, or perhaps rejoice (?), they should check out this very level-headed interview he gave to VICE Sports, where he discusses what it’s like to play in New York and what it would mean to leave.
Considering he’s a first-time head coach who was playing NBA basketball in Oklahoma just a few weeks ago, Derek Fisher is already incredibly popular among assembled media. Just look at these gushing reactions.