Carmelo Anthony knows there is a possibility the Knicks could again look to trade him this offseason. “They might,” he said after the Knicks’ season finale on Wednesday. “They might.”
Anthony scored 15 points in 23 minutes in the Knicks’ season finale and said afterward that he wasn’t sure if it was his last game as a Knick. “To be honest with you, I don’t know. I’ll know more in the upcoming weeks or so,” he said. “…. I’m pretty sure the organization has an idea, a thought of what they want to do, how they want to do it,” he said. “But at this point it’s all on me.”
Source: Ian Begley of ESPN
Knicks, OKC Come to Agreement on Deal for Melo
The New York Knicks have agreed to trade 10-time All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder, league sources told ESPN on Saturday.
The Thunder will send center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round pick (via the Chicago Bulls) to New York, league sources said. Anthony, 33, will waive his no-trade clause and his $8.1 million trade kicker to accommodate the deal, league sources told ESPN.
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Enes Kanter After Being Traded:’Beat the Warriors For Me’
Shortly after learning he was being traded from Oklahoma City to the New York Knicks, center Enes Kanter posted a video thanking the Thunder organization, its fans and the city, and imploring the team to beat the Golden State Warriors.
“Please beat the Warriors for me,” Kanter said in a heartfelt goodbye video posted to his Instagram account Saturday afternoon. “Please, I’m gonna be watching that game, so please beat the Warriors for me.” Kanter is set to be traded to New York as part of a deal that will send 10-time All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony to the Thunder, sources told ESPN.
Source: SN Staff on ESPN