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Carmelo Anthony Refutes Report, Says He Doesn’t Want Trade From Knicks

Anthony says he’s doesn’t want to go anywhere. Nearly 13 months after being acquired from Denver, Melo found himself thrust once again into the trade deadline spotlight Wednesday.


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In March Madness Season, Knicks In March Meltdown Mode

Seems like this was a case of temporary Linsanity. The New York Knicks’ fantastic February is forgotten, replaced by a March meltdown.


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Report: Carmelo Anthony Unhappy With Knicks Coach Mike D’Antoni

Melo was supposed to be the Knicks’ savior. Nearly 13 months after the Denver trade, however, there appears to be trouble in paradise.


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Where’s The Linsanity? Boo Birds Return As Knicks’ Play Plummets

The good feelings created last month by Jeremy Lin’s emergence — along with Lin’s best play — seem long gone now.


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B&C Morning Show: Dan Rather Does Not Have ‘Valley Fever’

Dan Rather first got a taste of the ‘Boomer & Carton Morning Experience’ back in September and has since become a good friend of the Show.


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Obama: I Was On ‘Bandwagon’ For Knicks’ Lin Before Most

Knicks fans thought they were early to the Jeremy Lin party. Well, President Barack Obama says he was on the “bandwagon” long before Linsanity hit New York.


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Floyd Mayweather: ‘I Stand By’ Controversial Tweets On Lin, Race

“Do I regret what I said? Absolutely not,” Mayweather said Tuesday. “I stand by what I said, and I meant what I said.”


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Stop The Linsanity? Knicks Phenom Ready To Shift Focus To Team

Apart from all the Jeremy Lin headlines, the Knicks think they are a story, too.



‘Linsanity’ Hits The Street As Tats Cru Paints Graffiti Tribute To The Knicks Phenom

Graffiti artists Tats Cru have painted a tribute to Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin on the side of a building on 2nd Street and Avenue A in the East Village.


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Schmeelk: Knicks 2nd Half Preview

The Knicks have answered many questions, but many remain as they try to navigate their way to the playoffs. Here are the main issues the Knicks will have to resolve if they need to win a title.


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Ben & Jerry’s Apologizes For ‘Taste The Lin-Sanity’ Flavor

A Ben & Jerry’s store located in Boston has issued an apology for jumping on the Linsanity bandwagon and creating a Jeremy Lin flavor that might have offended some in the Asian community.


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Paige One: Stop The Linsanity!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve had enough of all of the play-on-words being perpetuated on Jeremy Lin’s last name.

I have heard so many variations that I am just sick of it.


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Schmeelk: Heat Are Championship Caliber, Knicks Are Not

The Miami Heat are a championship caliber team. On February 23rd, the Knicks were not. The Heat are flat out better, and they showed it on Thursday night.


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Forget Jordan, Stern Says NBA Has Never Seen Anything Like ‘Linsanity’

Not Magic and Bird, not Kobe or LeBron. Not even Michael Jordan. Nobody can match the buzz that Jeremy Lin has created in such a short amount of time.


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Keidel: Melo’s Fellows Sputter And Stumble Around Anthony

If Thursday night served any purpose, it’s that watching four Knicks watch Carmelo dribble and shoot didn’t work last year, won’t work this year, and will fail next year.