New York Knicks president Steve Mills said Monday that Carmelo Anthony could remain with the team this season, despite acknowledging that the organization would continue to pursue a trade involving the 10-time All-Star.
“We’ve been in contact with Carmelo’s representatives. We’ve been in contact with other teams,” Mills said Monday at a news conference to introduce new general manager Scott Perry. “Our view is if there’s an opportunity that works for Carmelo and works for us, then we’ll look at some kind of trade. But we also feel that Carmelo could easily be a part of our team next year.
Source: Ian Begley of ESPN