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    @KimHuangNBA: If Carmelo Anthony goes to the Houston Rockets I’ll buy NBA 2k19 for everyone who RT this...and yes, I’m serious. @Ronnie2…

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    @wojespn: Oklahoma City has agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and a protected 2022 first-round pick to Atlanta for point guard Dennis Schr…

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    @SportsCenter: Breaking: The Thunder have agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and a protected 2022 first-round pick to the Hawks for Dennis…

Carmelo Anthony
Club
New York Knicks
Nationality
Syracuse
Date Of Birth
29 May 1984
Position
F
Height
6 ft 8 in (2.03 m)
  • @LegionHoops: BREAKING: Carmelo Anthony has been traded to the Hawks, reports ESPN.

  • @BleacherReport: Thunder agree to trade Carmelo Anthony and a 2022 1st-rounder to Hawks for Dennis Schroder and Mike Muscala, Melo will…

  • Oklahoma City has agreed to trade Carmelo Anthony and a protected 2022 first-round pick to Atlanta for point guard Dennis Schr…
    19 Jul @ 10PM

  • If Carmelo Anthony goes to the Houston Rockets I’ll buy NBA 2k19 for everyone who RT this...and yes, I’m serious. @Ronnie2…
    18 Jul @ 4PM

  • Kawhi Leonard said his favorite player was Carmelo Anthony! https://t.co/3cvkEiQWrk
    18 Jul @ 12PM

  • Carmelo Anthony for one year (28 million) is the same price as the Endoraptor prototype
    18 Jul @ 5AM

  • The 2018 banners are up and the Orange are running out of room. Time for a new Wall in the Carmelo Anthony Center? https://t…
    17 Jul @ 10PM

Classic headlines via Yahoo! Sports

  • Thunder's Anthony eschews chance at free agency

    Carmelo Anthony decided that a foray into free agency wouldn't be cost effective. The 34-year-old veteran forward decided against opting out of his player option and will stick with the Oklahoma City Thunder for a $27.9 million salary in the 2018-19 season. According to ESPN, the Thunder would have one of the highest payrolls in NBA history if they are successful in their attempt to re-sign free agent forward Paul George to a max contract.
    24 Jun @ 12PM

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  • Sources: Carmelo Anthony opting to stay with Oklahoma City Thunder

    Carmelo Anthony will be playing for the Thunder next season. Oklahoma City Thunder forward Carmelo Anthony has opted into his $27.9 million salary for next season by not exercising his early termination option, league sources told Yahoo Sports. Anthony has informed the Thunder of his decision, league sources said, and the franchise has also expected him to opt into his deal since the season ended. Anthony faced a deadline Saturday to exercise his early termination option.
    23 Jun @ 6PM

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  • Report: Carmelo Anthony doesn't plan to opt out of $27.9 million option with Thunder

    Carmelo Anthony might have not been too happy about his role on the Oklahoma City Thunder last season, but that apparently won’t stop the 34-year-old from sticking with the team for at least one more season. Anthony has decided he will exercise his $27.9 million option and stay with the Thunder for the 2018-19 season, Marc Stein of The New York Times reports. The contract was originally signed in 2014 with the New York Knicks, who traded Anthony last offseason for  Enes Kanter, Doug McDermott and a second-round pick.
    23 Jun @ 2PM

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  • Reports: Thunder's Anthony won't opt out of deal

    Carmelo Anthony apparently is staying put -- for the time being. The 34-year-old veteran forward will not opt out of his player option and will stick with the Oklahoma City Thunder for a $27.9 million salary in the 2018-19 season, the New York Times and the Associated Press reported Friday. In 2017-18, his first season with the Thunder following seven high-scoring but frustrating years with the New York Knicks, Anthony averaged a career-low 16.2 points.
    23 Jun @ 1PM

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  • Actor Ethan Hawke criticized the Knicks publicly, they took away his tickets

    Dead Poet’s Society, Reality Bites, Training Day, The Purge, and who could forget Predestination… well, a lot of people — was one of those celebrities. From The Bill Simmons Podcast, here is a transcript of Hawke talking Knicks tickets and how he lost them after criticizing them for keeping Carmelo Anthony. “I’ve been a Knicks fan for a long time, but I got kicked out of the Garden.
    16 May @ 6AM

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