NBA: Carmelo Anthony Says “I know I’m a winner. I’ve won already”


Carmelo Anthony turned down a deal with the Chicago Bulls and instead signed a five-year, $124 million contract with the New York Knicks.  To some it proved that Anthony was totally out for the money even though he cited other reasons for returning to New York.  Whether he is indeed solely out for money or not, he has made more in NBA salary than anyone else selected in the famed 2003 draft class and will have earned more than $257 million by the time his contract with the Knicks expires in 2019.  Though he’s made more than anyone in that heralded draft class that includes LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, they have something he does not, championship rings.  Despite that, Anthony feels like he’s a winner in his own right.

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NBA: Flu Season? Derrick Rose Out Sick Against Knicks


Chicago Bulls guard Derrick Rose is sitting out Thursday night’s game against the New York Knicks because of an illness…

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NBA: Carmelo Anthony Doesn’t Regret Re-signing With Knicks Instead of Bulls, “What’s done is done”


Everyone knew once Carmelo Anthony re-signed with the New York Knicks instead of the Chicago Bulls, it was a bad decision.  As the season progresses however and the Knicks continue with the worst start in franchise history while the Bulls are championship contenders, his decision looks even worse.  So does Anthony regret regret re-signing with Knicks?  Nope, or so he says.

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NBA: Tyson Chandler Says He Feels Sorry For Carmelo Anthony

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For his first big action as New York Knicks president, Phil Jackson traded Tyson Chandler to the Dallas Mavericks.  Carmelo Anthony decided to stay with the Knicks and signed a five-year, $124 million contract.  The Mavericks are currently 19-8 while the Knicks have the worst start in franchise history at 5-22.  Chandler looks happier than ever while Anthony is showing visible frustration.  Chandler says he feels sorry for his former teammate.

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(Photos) NBA: J.R. Smith Follows Model on Instagram As Knicks Lose 10th Straight Game


The New York Knicks are pretty bad and everyone knows it.  In fact they’re so bad, the games are hard for fans to watch.  Apparently they’re too bad for the players to watch too.  Knicks guard J.R. Smith was ruled out of their Wednesday night game against the San Antonio Spurs due to a sore left heel.  To keep himself occupied during the game Smith decided to scan Instagram and here’s what he liked.

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NBA: Carmelo Anthony & Tim Hardaway Jr. Respond to Report They Wanted to Fight Each Other

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Yesterday a bombshell report was released stating that Carmelo Anthony threatened to beat up Tim Hardaway Jr., that the two argued and basically hate each other.  Carmelo Anthony & Tim Hardaway Jr. were asked about the validity of the report and admit that something did happen.

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NBA: Carmelo Anthony May Undergo Knee Surgery


As if the Knicks season couldn’t get any worse, recent reports are indicating that Carmelo Anthony may have to undergo knee surgery. Hit the jump for details.

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NBA: Carmelo Anthony Told Tim Hardaway Jr. He Was Going to Beat Him Up After Knicks 5th Straight Loss

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The New York Knicks are off to their worst start in franchise history currently at 4-19.  There’s a lot of arguing, cursing, defiance and doubt as the team is seemingly imploding early in the season.  Things reportedly came to a head during game 5 of their current 9-game losing streak as Carmelo Anthony told Tim Hardaway Jr. he was going to beat him up.

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(Photos) NBA: Carmelo Anthony Says LeBron James Attended Knicks’ Game to Support Him


LeBron James is currently in New York for the Cleveland Cavaliers game against the Brooklyn Nets tonight.  On Sunday night he had some free time and decided to sit court side for the New York Knicks game against the Portland Trailblazers.  Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony says LeBron James was in attendance to support him.

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NBA: Knicks Realize They Likely Won’t Get Marc Gasol But Are Trying Anyway

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At the end of the 2014-15′ season, Amare Stoudemire and Andrea Bargnani will come off the New York Knicks books.  That means for the first time in a longgg time, they will have substantial salary cap space and can make some moves during free agency.  One of the biggest names that will be available is former Defensive Player of the Year, Marc Gasol.  The Knicks could certainly use his help and will definitely make a run at him but it’s expected that they won’t get very far and apparently they know that too.

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