Anthony doesn’t have many years left in his prime. It’s the summer of 2015 or bust. Unfortunately for the Knicks, their options next offseason are somewhat limited.
They should still be happy that their star is back and that the Knicks will be very competitive for the next four to five years, but it is going to be very hard to get to a championship level during that same time frame.
The details of Carmelo Anthony’s new contract with the Knicks are no longer a mystery. And it looks like he made out pretty well for himself.
Craig wondered aloud why one would one would want such a painting, before asking Boomer what he would like to be featured in a portrait of himself…
Hopefully, you are sitting, because I am about to do something unprecedented — praise Carmelo Anthony.
Fisher thinks the ‘Bockers can do something special in his rookie season as head coach, but they’ll have to prove it on the court.
The natives are always restless, and as Melo embarks on the second half of his Knicks career, he is going to learn that quickly. How he handles it will help define his Knicks career.
Star forward Carmelo Anthony announced Sunday that he is remaining with the Knicks, a decision that will prove to be the best one he’s made during his stellar career.
This wasn’t a PR coup like LeBron’s return home to Cleveland, but it certainly will help Anthony’s image. Those things, however, tend not to last too long if the wins don’t follow.
Melo is staying in New York, announcing his decision Sunday in a posting titled “My City, My Heart” on his website.
Boomer and Craig got this action-packed Monday edition of the Morning Extravaganza underway discussing all of the circumstances surrounding Melo’s announcement.
The Knicks’ star forward released a statement on his website, ThisIsMelo.com, on Sunday announcing that he will re-sign with the team.
It appears the long wait will be worth it for Knicks fans.
There are no quick fixes here. Phil Jackson wants to build this team in his image, and it will take some time, with or without Carmelo Anthony.
Let’s break down why exactly Carmelo Anthony should stay with the New York Knicks.