(Photos) NBA: Carmelo Anthony Puts Manhattan Home For Sale At $12 Million!

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If you’re in the market for an apartment with a prime location and an unbeatable view, Carmelo Anthony’s former Manhattan digs have hit the cutthroat New York real estate market. You too can live like the 6-foot-8 Knicks star, where high ceilings are an absolute must, for a cool $12 million. Sound steep? You haven’t see the gorgeous sunsets over the park. The big ticket price also affords a lucky buyer five gorgeous bedrooms and an address on Manhattan’s posh Fifth Avenue, home to some of the world’s wealthiest and most famous power players. According to Zillow, Melo’s 15th floor unit is one of 55 in the 1925 building. It features 4.5 baths, a living room, dining room and media/office space. Check the gallery!

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(Photo) NBA: Report, Marc Gasol Has No Interest In Knicks, Drops Hint About Possible New Team

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Knicks fans…you can all let go of the hope that we were going to be able to sign Marc Gasol in the off season and steal him away from Memphis. He just made it very clear that New York will not be a destination for him and can you blame him? The entire franchise is a joke, and with the exception of the 2012-2013 season, we have been a joke for over a decade. Hopefully things will turn around next season, but Gasol won’t be apart of it. He did however drop a hint to a new possible location.

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(Video) NBA: Knicks fan Spike Lee Travels To See Warriors Because “I Haven’t Seen A Good Game All Year”

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I doubt anyone affiliated with the Knicks organization will take offense to Spike’s comments about not seeing a good game this year because, well it’s true! With the Knicks and MSG being the laughingstock of the league this season, if you want to see some good hoops being played, you have no choice but to travel and check out other teams. Spike found himself in the Bay Area last night to check out Golden State and when coach Steve Kerr asked him what he was doing there, he let him know why.

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(Photos) NBA: Allen Iverson, KD, Carmelo & Steph Curry Show Love To Anthony Mason & His Family

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The outpouring of love and support for Anthony Mason and his family continues with more and more former and current NBA stars paying their respect to “Big Mase”. After the Knicks announced Mason had passed away yesterday, people from around the league such as Lebron, Phil Jackson, Kobe Bryant, Reggie Miller & more passed their condolences along to Mason’s family and many people on social media in general were talking about their favorite memories of one of the truly good guys in Knicks history. The support continued into the night and today with guys like Melo, KD & Iverson sending their love. Regardless of age, if you enjoy basketball, you could relate to Anthony Mason. RIP! Check the gallery.

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(Video) NBA: Lebron Goes Crazy After Iman Shumpert & JR Smith Hook Up For Mean Alley Oop At MSG

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Knicks fans, I hope you all realize that the Cavs came to MSG and beat us down 101-83, with THREE of our former players helping hand us our ass! I am happy to see Shump & JR enjoying their career’s and winning in Cleveland, but don’t forget about Mozgov as well. Anyway, in the fourth quarter this afternoon, Shump & JR gave us something to remember them by when they connected on a alley oop that brought the crowd to their feet like they were still playing for the Knicks. It is safe to say Lebron was impressed! I am sure it was somewhat emotional for both players since it was their first time back in the Garden since the trade, but they made the most of it.

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NBA: Report, Amar’e Stoudemire Agrees To Buyout With Knicks, Spurs & Mavs Favorites To Sign Him

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The injury filled era of Amar’e Stoudemire with the Knicks appears to be over. According to reports, just a little while ago he agreed to a buyout with the team. After the buyout, he will become eligible to sign with any team, and the Spurs, Mavs and possibly Warriors are all favorites to add the veteran for a playoff run.

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NBA: Carmelo “Likely” To Shut It Down After All Star Game, Wants To Recruit Players To New York

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I realize most of my fellow Knicks fans seem mentally challenged sometimes, but even they should be able to agree this is the best move for everyone involved. Carmelo Anthony said yesterday he is very likely to sit out the rest of the season after the all star game. It makes the most sense. This Knicks team is going nowhere, and hasn’t been pretty much since November. Best thing is to have surgery and shut it down and come back 100% next year, with hopefully a better team. From the sounds of it Melo has serious plans to recruit guys to the Knicks this weekend.

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NBA: Oh No! Knicks Legend Anthony Mason Reportedly Fighting For His Life In Hospital

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Anthony Mason, who’s best known for his time as part of the Knicks in the 90’s, is currently fighting for his life after suffering from heart attack. Hit the jump for details.

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NBA: LMAO, Knicks Owner James Dolan Destroys Fan Who Emailed Him Talking Crazy

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As a Knicks fan, I am not the biggest fan of owner James Dolan because I and many other die hard fans blame him for alot of the unfortunate things the team has had to go through over the years. Nonetheless today he made me proud to root for the Knicks, despite their record, after he shut down a fan who sent him an angry email. In most cases someone in his position would not even acknowledge people talking crazy about him, it comes with the territory. Dolan decided however that day was going to be the day he destroyed someone in return.

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NBA: Report, Amar’e Stoudemire Could Wind Up With Mavericks If Knicks Offer Buyout

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Amar’e Stoudemire’s career with the Knicks hasn’t worked out as planned, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t given us everything he has had. Injuries have been a constant issue for him almost since arriving, but he always showed he was a warrior on the court when he could go. Because this season is obviously already long over for New York and it it is the final year of his contract, a buyout would make sense so he could try and end this season with a contender. For his part it sounds like he would consider it.

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