Atlantic Notes: Carmelo, Sixers, Casey

Will Carmelo Anthony stay in New York?  We’ve heard lots of opinions on the matter and earlier today, his wife La La Anthony weighed in.  “I definitely think he will stay [in New York]. I know that he wants to stay and I support him wherever he wants to go,” La La said in an interview with Bravo TV, according to Ian Begley of “Listen, I used to live in Denver with him. If I can live in Denver, I can live anywhere. I just want him to be happy.”  The latest from the Atlantic Division..

  • Anthony badly wants to win a championship, writes Peter Botte of the New York Daily News.  “(Winning a championship is) the only thing I care about. Anything else is irrelevant to me as far as when it comes to basketball,” Anthony said. “A championship is the only thing that’s on my mind, is the only thing I want to accomplish, I want to achieve and I’m going to do what I got to do to get that.”  As Knicks fans are well familiar with, the Larry O’Brien trophy hasn’t come to New York since 1973.
  • The Sixers have recalled Lorenzo Brown from the Delaware 87ers of the D-League just hours after assigning him, tweets Bob Cooney of the Philadelphia Daily News.  Brown, as our running list shows, was sent down for a single day in his previous two trips and set a new personal record today with a stint that lasted just a few hours.
  • There have been, “no really significant discussions,” on extending Raptors coach Dwane Casey‘s contract, a source tells Sean Deveney of the Sporting News.  Instead, it appears that the Raptors will finish out what has been strange year so far and re-evaluate. That’s perfectly fine with Casey, who would have no problem returning to his home in Seattle and getting back to another passion of his. “I never worried about having a job,” Casey said. “I say that with all sincerity. I never worried about losing a job, getting a job. Because I learned a long time ago how to fish.

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