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Carmelo Anthony Wants To Be Traded To New York & The Top NBA News Reviewed by Momizat on . Top Story: Rumors came out earlier this week that the New York Knicks have made significant progress in the Carmelo Anthony-Sweepstakes.   At first Carmelo trie Top Story: Rumors came out earlier this week that the New York Knicks have made significant progress in the Carmelo Anthony-Sweepstakes.   At first Carmelo trie Rating:
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Oct 14, 2010; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony (15) during the game against the Los Angeles Clippers at the Staples Center. The Nuggets defeated the Clippers 100-95.  Photo via Newscom

Rumors came out earlier this week that the New York Knicks have made significant progress in the Carmelo Anthony-Sweepstakes.   At first Carmelo tried to ignore the whole situation, but reports now say that Anthony was to be a Knick, and he is 100% sure.  Anthony has even reached out to Spike Lee, in hopes that Lee might persuade the Knicks to pull the trigger.  After LeBron, Bosh and Amare all switched teams, Carmelo Anthony has decided to leave the team who drafted him.  Yet another NBA superstar will leave his original team, and settle out east.

Carmelo Anthony wants to go to the Knicks: New York Post

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