The Post reported last month the Pelicans would be interested in facilitating a three-team Anthony deal. According to an NBA source, New Orleans also would have interest in getting Anthony for its roster. Nevertheless, an NBA source told The Post that Anthony has told the Knicks he would not agree to waive his no-trade clause for New Orleans.
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According the source, the Knicks are still hopeful Anthony eventually will expand his wish list beyond the Rockets — with the Trail Blazers, Cavaliers, Thunder and Pelicans holding interest. The source said the Knicks brass has told Anthony he needs to do so because they are unwilling to make a “bad trade” — and he seemed to understand the team’s position.
Quick thought What if Melo went to @PelicansNBA with @boogiecousins and @AntDavis23 🤦🏾♂️#laawwwddd DeMarcus Cousins: Facts
A Pelicans fan Instagram account posted a picture of Melo and Boogie over the weekend. Hours later, Cousins liked the page and left an eyes emoji in the comments section.
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May 23, 2018 | 10:22 pm EDT Update
Melissa Rohlin: Kevin Durant on not being in the running for the MVP award: “It’s all good. I wasn’t expecting it.”
Melissa Rohlin: Steph on Dray being named to 2nd Defensive team: “I don’t know advanced analytics but, to the eye test, he’s still as dominating a force on that end as he was last year or the year before. A lot of that is mostly he wasn’t talking about it as much this year as he was last year.”
May 23, 2018 | 9:14 pm EDT Update
Six-time All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire said on Wednesday that he’s considering a return to the NBA. Stoudemire, 35, retired from the NBA in the 2016 offseason and last played professionally in Israel in 2017.
In an interview with The Michael Kay Show on ESPN 98.7 FM, Stoudemire said on Wednesday that he’s in great shape and training as if he were returning to the NBA. When asked if it were accurate to say that he is contemplating an NBA comeback, Stoudemire said, “That would be reality.”