Carmelo Anthony says he's had significant dialogue with…

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Carmelo Anthony says he’s had significant dialogue with the Knicks during the offseason. “Conversations have been had,” Anthony told Scott Van Pelt during an interview on SportCenter from the site of The Basketball Tournament title game. “There’ve been plenty of conversations that have been had on both sides. I think we both know where we stand as far as myself, as far as the Knicks organization. They know how I feel. I know how they feel. We have been in communication. At this point, I want to see what happens. I just want to enjoy my offseason despite everything that’s surrounding me…. I’ve had great conversations with new GM Scott Perry. He understands my mindset, where I’m at.
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