I have some breaking news. Donnie Walsh is heading on vacation for the next seven days, and he’s leaving me in charge. Please, hold the celebrations to a minimum.
Multiple NBA sources tell The Bergen Record that the Nets and Nuggets have reached a tentative agreement on a deal involving Carmelo Anthony. The trade is pending Anthony’s agreement on a three-year, $65 million contract extension with New Jersey.
They’re baaaack! The Nets, thought to be completely out of the hunt for Carmelo Anthony just weeks ago, have reached an agreement with the Nuggets that would send the superstar from Denver to New Jersey, reports The Bergen Record’s Al Iannazzone.
Legendary investor Warren Buffet has summed up the key to being successful: “Intensity is the Price of Excellence.” The Knicks better listen because it’s quite obvious they need some education.
Before I go off on my own hyperbole, I’m going to warn everyone else to be stay calm and be reasonable. The Knicks didn’t just discover a double-double machine in Timofey Mozgov.
To delve into this Carmelo Anthony situation I quote the great George Costanza. This was Donnie Walsh on Wednesday morning: “I have no power. Once in my life I would like the upper hand. I have no hand. No hand at all. I have no hand.”