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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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On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we will look at the biggest holes on the New York Jet roster. There are also some topics and rumors surrounding the New York Jets that need to be discussed. Also if you haven't heard yet Super Bowl 50 will be played on Sunday, who wil win?
On this weeks episode of Joe, Vinny & the Jets we will take a look at each of the New York Jets free agents to be. Should the Jets re-sign Wilkerson? What are you willing to pay Harrison and Fitzpatrick? These are some of the many topics we will be running through
Broadway 2 Meadowlands presents: New York Knicks Focus hosted by Robert Melofchik ( @RobbyJerzee ) and the die hard Knicks fans as co host.This is the Post game to Knicks at Bucks. Call the show (646)668-8698 and give your opinions.
Broadway 2 Meadowlands presents: New York Knicks Focus hosted by Robert Melofchik (@RobbyJerzee) and the Knicks Mobb Deep Crew The Bowtie,Cheerleader tackler,ADJ Guru and Ms Knicks as co host.
Recap of Knicks Road Trip.The crew debates about KP being a superstar.
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In this episode Scott Wright of DraftCountdown.com discusses the needs of the New York Giants and potential fits at #10 overall with Ed Valentine of BigBlueView.com.
Topics include Oregon DE DeForest Buckner, Ohio St. RB Ezekiel Elliott, Notre Dame OT Ronnie Stanley, Ohio St. OT Taylor Decker, Eastern Kentucky DE Noah Spence, Clemson DE Shaq Lawson, Alabama DT A'Shawn Robinson, Notre Dame OLB Jaylon Smith and UCLA LB Myles Jack.
Carlos Beltran, OF/DH for the New York Yankees was a special guest on the podcast. He's also played for the Kansas City Royals, Houston Astros, New York Mets, San Francisco Giants, and St. Louis Cardinals. I ran into Carlos at the Topps headquarters where he was on hand to introduce the 2016 Topps® Baseball Series 1 cards and discuss 65 Years of Topps cards and their value in today’s marketplace.
On the show, we discussed expectations for himself, the Yankees, & what his role as a leader in a clubhouse means to him, as well as his love of baseball cards.
Marty Appel is considered the nation's leading authority on the New York Yankees. His 20 books include "Pinstripe Empire: The New York Yankees from Before the Babe to After the Boss", and the children's version, "Pinstripe Pride". He also wrote the New York Times best-seller "Munson," and collaborations with Commissioner Bowie Kuhn, Hall of Famer Tom Seaver, and umpire Eric Gregg. His 19th century biography, "Slide, Kelly, Slide" was named winner of the Casey Award as outstanding baseball book of 1996. A former Yankees public relations director and Emmy award winning television producer (while working for WPIX), he has also handled public relations for the Topps Company, the Atlanta Olympics, MLB, and, through Marty Appel Public Relations - The Sporting News, the Baseball Hall of Fame... [Read full bio at www.AppelPR]
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This week, Andrew Solomon discusses five new books about death and dying; Alexandra Alter has news from the literary world; Alexandra Fuller talks about Olga Grushin’s “Forty Rooms”; readers recommend books for Valentine’s Day; and Gregory Cowles has best-seller news. Pamela Paul is the host.
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