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Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Knicks know they face tough task in moving on after Anthony

    Carmelo Anthony was the Knicks' leading scorer, the one who made things easier for his teammates. The Knicks completed the trade with Oklahoma City on Monday that sent Anthony to the Thunder and made Kristaps Porzingis the new main man in Madison Square Garden.
    25 Sep @ 11PM

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  • Carmelo Anthony pens love letter to New York: 'This is the hardest goodbye'

    Carmelo Anthony gestures to New York fans after what turned out to be his final game in a Knicks uniform. Amid a wild weekend in sports, Carmelo Anthony stole some headlines from another New York City mogul, waiving his no-trade clause to join Russell Westbrook and Paul George on the Oklahoma City Thunder after seven mercurial seasons on the Knicks in a deal that took the NBA world by surprise. The Knicks formally announced the finalization of the trade on Monday morning, and almost simultaneously Anthony published a farewell letter to the city of New York on his personal website.
    25 Sep @ 8PM

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  • Knicks make Anthony trade to Thunder official

    The New York Knicks have officially traded Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder, describing the move as a new beginning for the franchise. New York and Oklahoma City agreed to the deal over the weekend, with Anthony going to the Thunder in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and the Chicago Bulls' 2018 second-round pick. Knicks president Steve Mills said of Anthony, who was named to six All-Star games during his time with his hometown team: "This is a deal we feel works for both this franchise and Carmelo.
    25 Sep @ 7PM

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  • Three questions the New York Knicks must answer this season

    The NBC/ProBasketballTalk season previews will ask the questions each of the 30 NBA teams must answer this season to make their season a success. The Carmelo era came to an end because former team president Phil Jackson poisoned that well, but that and a stupid pissing match with Kristaps Porzingis cost Jackson his job this summer as well. A new front office of Steve Mills and Scott Perry then went out and overpaid for Tim Hardaway Jr., bringing him back to NYC (after the Hawks did the work of developing him).
    25 Sep @ 6PM

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  • Mills, Perry say executing Melo trade made sense for Knicks

    Syracuse coach Jim Boeheim says Phil Jackson "chased" Carmelo Anthony out of New York and that the forward's addition automatically makes the Oklahoma City Thunder a threat to the Golden State Warriors in the NBA's Western Conference. "They've got two top-10 players [in Russell Westbrook and Paul George] and Carmelo, who's No. 60 or whatever they got him rated," Boeheim, who coached Anthony to the 2003 NCAA championship, told SNY.tv by phone on Saturday. "I think he's still a top player, and I think Russell and Paul George make it easier for him to be able to do what he does." The reigning NBA champion Golden State Warriors remain the team to beat but with the Knicks agreeing to deal Anthony
    25 Sep @ 6PM

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  • Knicks make Carmelo Anthony trade official, trumpet 'new beginning' in NY

    Closing the door on Carmelo Anthony marks the start of a new chapter in Knicks history. The Knicks and Thunder on Monday made official the deal agreed to over the weekend, with Anthony headed to Oklahoma City in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and the Bulls' 2018 second-round pick. In a release, Knicks president Steve Mills wished Anthony well while emphasizing the changing of the guard in New York.
    25 Sep @ 5PM

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  • Carmelo Anthony lands in OKC, gets greeted by fans at airport

    Carmelo Anthony is now a member of the Oklahoma City thunder. Man that is still really weird to type. But this has been an insane offseason, and nevertheless the former New York Knicks forward is now a teammate of Russell Westbrook and Paul George.
    25 Sep @ 3PM

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  • Where do Knicks go from here? A post-Melo landscape

    Carmelo Anthony will be off of the New York Knicks roster by Monday. Enes Kanter and Doug McDermott are coming to New York. Now that the Anthony trade has, finally, been agreed to, let's take a look at what it means for New York going forward. Let the rebuild around Porzingis commence: There's no question the Knicks are Kristaps Porzingis' team going forward. With Anthony in Oklahoma City, Porzingis should see an increase in field-goal attempts (16.4) and usage (24.3) this season. Of course, not having Anthony around will allow defenses to focus more closely on Porzingis. But the 22-year-old will have the chance to play through growing pains without the burden of outsize expectations, as no one
    25 Sep @ 1PM

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  • Porzingis 'ready for the challenge' of replacing Anthony as face of Knicks

    Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis told the New York Daily News' Frank Isola he is confident he can take over as the face of the franchise after New York traded Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Saturday. "I am ready for the challenge," Porzingis told Isola. "I've been preparing myself for this moment." In his first interview since returning to the United States, the Knicks' former first-round draft pick talked about what having Anthony as a teammate meant to him, discussed his relationship with head coach Jeff Hornacek and explained why he worked out on his own this offseason in Larvia. "Carmelo was a mentor to me," Porzingis said. "He was a big brother from Day 1. I texted him
    25 Sep @ 11AM

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  • CJ McCollum on Carmelo, Kanter trade: “Stay woke, it’s a business”

    The most insane NBA offseason in recent memory got weirder this week when Carmelo Anthony was traded from the New York Knicks to the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott, and a first round draft pick. The trade has made many of us wonder just what the on the court play will look like in Oklahoma City this season with a high usage set of players in Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and now Carmelo. Meanwhile, Kanter had made comments earlier in the week about expressing his appreciation for the fans in Oklahoma City.
    25 Sep @ 12AM

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