Let’s break down why exactly Carmelo Anthony should stay with the New York Knicks.
Renowned internet troll Gilbert Arenas was back at it again earlier this week, posting numerous videos mocking New York Knicks fans’ reactions when they learned Carmelo Anthony would be opting out of his contract.
LeBron James singularly orchestrated the Big Three union. And now that he has opted out of his Miami Heat contract, he’s once again the Alpha Male of pro sports. Teams are scrambling to find the proper finances and expiring contracts, flipping over cushions for salary cap coin.
Forbes has released its annual list of the World’s Highest-Paid Athletes and several sports figures with roots in the D.C.-Baltimore area made the cut.
Local cable providers love to remind us that we have nine – yes, nine – professional sports clubs, a way of persuading us to click on this package or that so we can view the screen-in-screen horror we call baseball, football, and basketball.
While the most optimistic predictions may have the Wizards backing into the playoff in the 2013-14 NBA season, the groundwork could already be laid in assembling a championship-caliber team, and the piece that puts them over the top could come sooner than expected.
Carmelo Anthony had 22 points in the first game he’s played in his hometown to lead the New York Knicks to a 98-89 preseason win over the Washington Wizards on Thursday night.
Anthony first hurt his left shoulder on April 14 against the Pacers. Now it seems he played the entire playoff run — 12 games — with a partially torn labrum.
With the game, series, or season on the line, would you rather have Carmelo Anthony or Kevin Durant on your squad?
The Celtics need a pick-me-up after losing the opening two games of their first-round playoff series against the Knicks. The city of Boston could use one, too, after a traumatic two weeks of bombings and manhunts and grieving.