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Carmelo Anthony's name is in the rumor mill yet again. Well, actually, it never left. He has been mentioned in trade scuttle ever since the New York Knicks, a team on the mend, re-signed him to a five-year, $120 million-plus deal in 2014.
This time, though, Frank Isola of the New York Daily News has him linked to a three-team deal with the Boston Celtics and Cleveland Cavaliers that would end with Melo playing beside LeBron James in C-Town. The framework in question, as you will hear, is unlikely.
But the constant chatter, coupled with rookie Kristaps Porzingis' meteoric rise through the NBA ranks, begets a more general issue: Should the Knicks be looking to trade Anthony now, or even at all? Hardwood Knocks breaks it down.
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With the fourth pick in the 2015 NBA Draft, the New York Knicks selected Kristaps Porzingis to an array of boos, and quietly reinvented their team in the process. Competing for a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference, the No Look Pass Podcast is curious what the team that occupies MSG has to offer to the playoff picture. Is Arron Afflalo this generations Jamal Crawford? Can Three Six Latvia kill a White Walker? Should the Knicks consider moving Carmelo Anthony?
With the trade deadline approaching, the fellas will also build on their segment from last week, where they proposed a few teams that should make a move, and provide a couple of hypothetical trades with the help of the almighty trade machine.
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Carmeo Anthony has 30 million reasons to remain with the New York Knicks after he becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer.
But if the Knicks don't have his word that he'll re-sign with them for five years at a max salary, can they afford to take the risk that he might leave? That is the question owner Jim Dolan and his tight-lipped lieutenants are asking themselves as New York struggles through the first half of the season, entering tonight's game against the Miami Heat as the 11th-seeded team in the Eastern Conference, tied in the win column with the overachieving Philadelphia 76ers and the underachieving Cleveland Cavaliers.
Across the East River, the Brooklyn Nets just won their fourth straight game, preventing the Golden State Warriors from becoming the first team in NBA history to go undefeated on a road trip of seven games or more.
So while the Nets are making positive headlines, the Knicks are suffering. They go into tonight's nationally televised game against the Miami Heat as the league laughingstock, and they don't gave the fallback of having a chance to win the draft lottery because they traded away their 2014 pick in the deal to acquire Anthony.
Is it time to declare the Anthony era a failure?
And if so, is it time to get what they can for 'Melo rather than risk losing him for nothing to a team such as the Lakers would will be able to offer him a max contract?
I discussed that scenario -- along with several other topics from around the NBA -- in this interview with Bob Kemp on SportsZone 1060 in Phoenix. Enjoy.
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We will begin with more MLB hot stove signings and trades. Then we are joined by Anthony Donahue from ESPN NY, SNY & Knicks Blog Talk talking Knicks, Porzingis, Warriors & NBA. Next NFL Week 15 picks NYJ @ DAL, CAR @ NYG, ATL @ JAX, HOU @ IND, BUF @ WAS, GB @ OAK, DEN @ PIT & SNF ARI @ PHI. College Football Bowl Picks and we end with College Hoops top games including UNC vs UCLA. Join us 7 30PM ET Call the show 718-664-9098 @RaeAndTayToday www.raeandtaytoday.com
Frank Nutt @franknutt and Sean Aquino @saquino34 discuss the Fisher firing and who the next coach is going to be?
Plus, WIll Melo waive his no trade clause to join a contender??
The Anthony Aniano Fantasy Sports Show airs weekly on blogtalkradio. Hosted by Anthony Aniano from rotoballer.com, draftvalet.com, and a regular guest on Sirius/XM Fantasy Sports Radio, he brings the best fantasy sports information to the airwaves. Today's episode will feature a look at some starting pitchers who are worthy early round selections. Be sure to follow on twitter @AAnianoFantasy and Facebook at The Anthony Aniano Fantasy Sports Show. Be sure to check out the show on ITunes and subscribe, download, rate and coment on the shows. Call us at 347-838-8088 or jump in the chatroom and join the fun.
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