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Melo’s path out of New York is a boulevard of broken dreams

NY Post (Mike Vaccaro) — This wasn’t the way any of this was supposed to go, of course. Carmelo Anthony was one of the handful of modern athletic icons who sought New York City, who craved the lights and the attention, the noise and the lights and the buzz. He wanted to make this work in New York every bit...
  • 295 days ago
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The Knicks have finally traded Carmelo Anthony

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — One day after reports surfaced that Carmelo Anthony had tripled the number of teams he’d be willing to accept a trade to, it appears one of those new clubs has landed him. ESPN reported Anthony’s camp was still pushing for a deal to happen before training camp opens Monday.
  • 296 days ago
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Knicks’ last resort might just be making friends with Carmelo

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — Steve Mills, the new Knicks president, sat between Scott Perry, the new general manager, and Jeff Hornacek, essentially a new coach, as he will be allowed to do things the way he wants in Year 2 of his tenure, unlike his lot in Year 1. So, much was new for the Knicks — except for...
  • 296 days ago
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No more triangle: Jeff Hornacek’s going to ‘open it up’

NY Post (Fred Kerber) — The triangle offense was mentioned at the Knicks’ pre-training-camp press conference Friday. But not by coach Jeff Hornacek. And it only came up in a question, as in “Is the triangle dead?” Yeah, it is because Phil Jackson is no longer on the sidelines proclaiming how that offense worked back when Hoboken was the prairie....
  • 296 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony gives Knicks another possible way out

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks brass have been optimistic all along Carmelo Anthony eventually would expand his wish list beyond the Rockets. And now he has. According to ESPN, Anthony has added the Cavaliers and an unidentified club to go along with the Rockets in hopes of the Knicks finding a deal for him before the Oct. 19 season...
  • 296 days ago
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Scott Perry amused by Michael Beasley’s boastful prediction

NY Post (Marc Berman) — When asked what he thought of Michael Beasley’s prediction of a “fifth, sixth seed” for the Knicks, Perry broke into his lone smirk of the 34-minute press conference. Perry then added: “I guess he doesn’t lack for confidence, I can say that.” The post-Jackson regime has been careful not to bring up the ousted president...
  • 296 days ago
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Carmelo Anthony wants to raise $1 million for Puerto Rico

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — Carmelo Anthony desperately wants to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico, and he’d like you to help him do that. Anthony, whose father was from Puerto Rico, started a YouCaring donation page Friday to help people whose island has been ravaged by Hurricane Maria. “The entire island is dark. But even if we can’t hear...
  • 297 days ago
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Jeff Hornacek won’t touch radioactive Porzingis reports

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Jeff Hornacek said any notion he and Kristaps Porzingis are on the outs is false. According to a source, the Porzingis-Hornacek dynamic last season was radioactive. Former Post columnist Peter Vecsey reported one of the reasons he blew off the infamous exit meeting was over an incident in which Hornacek once told Porzingis’ buddy Willy...
  • 297 days ago
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I faced ‘N-word,’ death threats after Porzingis scuffle: ex-Knick

NY Post (Corey Masisak) — Anthony Randolph briefly became Enemy No. 1 for Knicks fans after he tangled with Kristaps Porzingis during a 2017 EuroBasket quarterfinal contest. He didn’t realize how far some demented fans would take it. Randolph, speaking to The Undefeated, talked about his on-court donnybrook last week with Porzingis and some of the racially-motivated threats he received...
  • 297 days ago
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Knicks, Carmelo can’t avoid weird training camp scene

NY Post (Marc Berman) — The broken marriage limps on. While Knicks GM Scott Perry said the club is keeping an “open mind’’ on Carmelo Anthony’s future, team brass stated he’ll be at Monday’s training camp and coach Jeff Hornacek said he’d be “crazy not to start him.” Sources have told The Post neither Anthony nor the Knicks want each...
  • 297 days ago
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Knicks are scrubbing Carmelo from the team — before trading him

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Knicks GM Scott Perry, in a blog posted on the club website Thursday, made believe Carmelo Anthony doesn’t exist, in following a franchise pattern. Perry mentioned the five members of the young core and left out Anthony, who is on the trade block. The Knicks expect Anthony to be at Monday’s Media Day as training...
  • 298 days ago
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New Knick feuding with Stephen A. Smith over weed accusation

NY Post (Kyle Schnitzer) — Just days after Michael Beasley said if the Knicks keep fading star Carmelo Anthony, they can comfortably make the playoffs with “four” players who can score 25 points per game, ESPN beef-stirrer Stephen A. Smith dissected Beasley’s overly optimistic comments by suggesting Beasley is smoking weed again. “Evidently, he’s smokin’ something,” Smith chimed on...
  • 298 days ago
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Porzingis returning to Knicks but still thinking about Euro tourney

NY Post (Marc Berman) — Kristaps Porzingis has told confidants his goal is to win a gold medal for Latvia at the European Championships. As he flies back to New York this weekend for his third Knicks training camp after falling short of that goal eight days ago in the tournament’s quarterfinals, Porzingis sounds like a player on a basketball...
  • 298 days ago
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New Knick looking to score new NYC pad

NY Post (Jennifer Gould Keil) — New York Knicks forward Michael Beasley, who was most recently with the Milwaukee Bucks, is apparently moving to the city with his girlfriend — professional organizer Alyse Morgan — and they’ve already started house hunting. One home they toured was a penthouse duplex at 135 W. 52nd St. that’s on the market for $7.3 million....
  • 298 days ago
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Knicks’ new PG gives telling peek of what’s not in this offense

NY Post (Marc Berman) — If Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek plans on installing any leftover triangle principles from the failed Phil Jackson regime, it hasn’t happened yet. Jarrett Jack, the Knicks’ newly signed veteran point guard, said during voluntary workouts the past two weeks Hornacek hasn’t mentioned the T-word and only has talked up his high-speed offense that he ran...
  • 299 days ago
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