New York Notes: Carmelo, Knicks, Fisher, Nets

After a weekend report suggested that Carmelo Anthony may be willing to waive his no-trade clause and approve a deal to the Celtics, New York media has engaged in renewed speculation about a possible trade with Boston.

However, on Monday night, Anthony evaded the question of whether the C’s would interest him, as Marc Berman of The New York Post writes. ‘Melo then told reporters today that he hasn’t provided the Knicks any sort of list of which teams he’d approve, and he’s still not thinking about waiving his NTC and leaving New York (link via Frank Isola of The New York Daily News). If Anthony does consider approving a deal, his family will be his first priority, he said today.

Of course, the discussion of a move to Boston may be moot, since there’s no indication that the Celtics have real interest in adding Anthony to their roster. In fact, a report last week suggested that the C’s have informed the Knicks they’re not interested. Perhaps that stance will change in the coming weeks, but for now it appears the Knicks will have to look elsewhere for a trade partner.

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3 thoughts on “New York Notes: Carmelo, Knicks, Fisher, Nets

  1. Armaday

    Knicks should buy out the Chef Phil Jackson while they are busy cleaning the kitchen.
    He’s useless and does nothing! Lucky he got the fourth pick in the lottery the year they got KP. Any higher, he would have screwed that up, too!!!

  2. Armaday

    Fisher does have a point, however, forcing any coach to run the triangle offense is unfair to that coach! Fisher was a victim of that, too!

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