La La Anthony Rumors

Ian Begley: La La Anthony, Carmelo Anthony’s estranged wife, said in an interview on Bravo TV that Anthony leaving the Knicks is a “real possibility.” “We’ll see what happens,” La La Anthony said in an interview that aired Sunday night. “….My hope is that he ends up somewhere where he’s happy and he can win because he’s such an incredible player and he deserves to win.” Anthony is open to waiving his no-trade clause to head to Houston or Cleveland, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
3 weeks ago via ESPN
Carmelo Anthony’s estranged wife, La La Anthony, said on “The Wendy Williams Show” on Tuesday that the New York Knicks star’s top priority going forward is to remain close to their 10-year-old son, Kiyan. Knicks president Phil Jackson has made it clear that his preference is to trade Anthony this offseason. Jackson said recently that Anthony indicated to the club he’d prefer to stay in New York. Anthony has a no-trade clause and would have to agree to waive it prior to the completion of any trade.
4 weeks ago via ESPN
“The most important thing with that is just to stay close to Kiyan,” La La Anthony said during the interview, when asked about reports of Anthony being traded. “That’s my priority, that’s his priority. So wherever he ends up, of course we want him to be happy.” Sources told ESPN’s Marc Stein that Anthony’s camp — while acknowledging Anthony’s preference to stay close to his son — has tried to engage the Knicks in recent buyout discussions as it establishes the player’s options.
4 weeks ago via ESPN
If he could speak right now, 11-year-old Anthony Skipper might tell you about the birthday party La La Anthony and her husband, New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony, threw for him last year. Maybe he’d talk about the presents that the Anthonys gave to Skipper and his siblings for Christmas. Unfortunately, due to a brain injury that has left Skipper without speech, he can’t. But the affection he feels toward La La and Carmelo still shines through. His mother, Tyrell Young, sees it each time her son hears La La’s voice on the phone. Often, Carmelo’s on the call in the background. “He looks around, and he’s trying to find and pinpoint the phone and where the voice is coming from,” Young says. “His eyes definitely light up. Sometimes his heart rate goes up a little bit. You can tell he’s very excited to see them and hear their voice. He perks up.”
7 months ago via ESPN