Carmelo Anthony Rumors

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Carmelo Anthony
Carmelo Anthony
Position: F
Born: 05/29/84
Height: 6-8 / 2.03
Weight:235 lbs. / 106.6 kg.
Salary: $24,559,380
The First to Do It was directed by Coodie Simmons and Chike Ozah and is scheduled to be released on the opening weekend of the 2017-18 NBA season. In his first film project, Leonard joined Spurs teammate Tony Parker, New York Knicks All-Star forward Carmelo Anthony and former NBA star Michael Finley as executive producers. Leonard described Lloyd’s story as “not too shocking” when considering “our history in America and where African-Americans come from.”
“Obviously if we go into it like we did this year — no,” Hornacek told reporters in Utah when asked if the Rose-Anthony-Porzingis trio can be a playoff team. “If we turn around and have a different way we start, go right at however we’re going to run it next year, if it’s full triangle, it’s possible. You never know how these things will fit. Maybe a second year is helpful for us.”
4 days ago via ESPN
The Knicks are not officially “Falling for Lonzo Ball” but with the playoffs an unreachable goal, head coach Jeff Hornacek informed Carmelo Anthony today that he’ll reduce the All Star forward’s workload over the final 12 games. “He mentioned today that he’s going to start shortening minutes,” Anthony said following Tuesday’s practice on the University of Utah campus. “We’ll see what happens.”
Last December the Knicks encouraged Anthony, who was bothered by leg soreness, to sit a game against the Cavs. It was the second night of a back-to-back but Anthony, despite not being at 100 percent, elected to play because the game was being televised nationally. “It’s up to the team, it’s up to the individual,” Anthony said of players resting. “I’m different because I’m 14 years in. If the team decides to rest me a night, I’m not going to fight it. But I’m not going to say I’m sitting out tonight.”
In what could’ve been a dig at the Knicks’ Big 3 of Carmelo Anthony, Porzingis and Derrick Rose, Hornacek feels the team’s downfall partly stemmed from not being unselfish enough on the offensive end, settling for “good shots’’ but not “great shots’’ as elite squads do. “You see teams — open guys always end up with the ball,’’ Hornacek said at Monday’s morning shootaround before the Knicks faced the Clippers at Staples Center. “Here we do it in spurts. Then we have spurts where it sticks. One guy will take a shot that maybe he can move it on for a better shot. That’s probably the biggest key is we get the good shots. We don’t get the great shots. If we make one extra, we’ll get a great shot. You see the good teams out there, they pass it up for better ones.’’
Storyline: New York Knicks Turmoil?