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New York Knicks
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.
Seen above: J.R. Smith grabbing a handful of Derek Fisher’s nuts. It will be Fisher’s job next year to teach Smith not to do that.
Did you know Rick Fox’s real first name is Ulrich? Did you know that he’s a secret (well, not anymore) candidate for the Knicks’ head coaching job? And did you know that he feels Kobe Bryant could rejoin Phil Jackson in New York for the last few years of his career?