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Carmelo Anthony Agrees to Re-Sign With Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — After months of speculation and about a week of free agency, Carmelo Anthony said that he would stay in New York.
  • 104 days ago
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Next Up: Carmelo Anthony’s Decision on the Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The focus now turns to Anthony, who has to choose between remaining with the Knicks or going elsewhere.
  • 105 days ago
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Despite Silence From Anthony, Jackson Is Confident in Knicks’ Chances

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Phil Jackson, the Knicks’ president, said that he felt good about his meeting with Carmelo Anthony, who has not yet announced which team he will sign with.
  • 106 days ago
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Knicks Continue to Court Him, but Anthony’s Future Is Unclear

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Carmelo Anthony has offered few clues about his future, and it was more of the same Wednesday when his tenure as a free agent reached eight days.
  • 107 days ago
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No Word on Anthony as Knicks Get to Work

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — As Coach Derek Fisher and the Knicks prepared for summer league games, the wait for a decision on whether Carmelo Anthony will return to the team stretched to an eighth day.
  • 108 days ago
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The Bottom Line Should Decide

NY Times (WILLIAM C. RHODEN) — Free agency has helped the N.B.A. keep pace with global events like the World Cup and Wimbledon.
  • 110 days ago
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In Reversal of Earlier Strategy, Knicks Ply Carmelo Anthony With Cash

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — After being told he would have to accept less to build a winning team at the Garden, Anthony was reportedly offered a maximum contract by the team president Phil Jackson — $129 million over five years.
  • 112 days ago
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As Carmelo Anthony Makes Rounds, Knicks Hope to Be Final Stop

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Anthony met with the final of four suitors, the Los Angeles Lakers, on Thursday before reconnecting with Phil Jackson, who hoped to convince him to stay in New York.
  • 113 days ago
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Rockets Use Lin’s No. 7 as Anthony Lure

NY Times (THE NEW YORK TIMES) — Welcoming Carmelo Anthony on his free-agency tour, Houston used the jersey number currently worn by the Rockets’ Jeremy Lin, a former Knicks teammate of Anthony’s, as part of its appeal.
  • 114 days ago
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As N.B.A. Free Agency Opens, Anthony Is the Star

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Carmelo Anthony began his tour of N.B.A. teams that are interested in his services. First stop: the Chicago Bulls.
  • 115 days ago
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Knicks’ Top Draft Selection Focuses on His Situation, Not on Anthony’s

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Cleanthony Early, a forward from Wichita State selected by the Knicks with the 34th pick in the draft, said he would enjoy being teammates with Carmelo Anthony, but that life would go on without him.
  • 116 days ago
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Key Piece in Limbo, Jackson Forges Foundation

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — Phil Jackson this week turned his focus from wooing Carmelo Anthony to revamping the Knicks’ roster, an act that could prove to be the most effective appeal to Anthony.
  • 119 days ago
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New Picks and New Outlook for Knicks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — The Knicks entered draft night Thursday with two second-round picks as part of a trade Wednesday that sent Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton to Dallas for four players.
  • 120 days ago
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Knicks Agree to Trade Chandler and Felton to Mavericks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — In Phil Jackson’s boldest move to date, the Knicks agreed to send Raymond Felton and Tyson Chandler to the Mavericks in exchange for a package including Jose Calderon.
  • 121 days ago
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Knicks Look to Trade Chandler and Felton to Mavericks

NY Times (SCOTT CACCIOLA) — As part of the proposed deal, the Knicks would receive Calderon, Dalembert, Larkin and Ellington.
  • 121 days ago
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