Carmelo Anthony Prefers Trade to Knicks or Bulls | BlackSportsOnline

Carmelo Anthony Prefers Trade to Knicks or Bulls

by Robert Littal | Posted on Thursday, September 9th, 2010
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Melo appears to be working behind the scenes to get out of Denver, while the Nuggets don’t seem to eager to let him go. It has been long rumored that Melo wants to play for the Knicks for various reasons (Big City, play with Amar’e and possibly Chris Paul and for his wife’s career).

A new team though has emerge, it is the team that if I was the King of South Beach is where I would have signed and that is Chicago Bulls.  Here are the details:

While Anthony would prefer a trade to either the Bulls or Knicks, he knows the Nuggets could decide to send him elsewhere. Yahoo! Sports has previously reported that the Los Angeles Clippers, New Jersey Nets and Houston Rockets have expressed interest in Anthony.

With so much uncertainty surrounding the Nuggets, Anthony would like to be traded before the season starts. New Nuggets general manager Masai Ujiri has not had a face-to-face meeting with Anthony since he was hired on Aug. 31.

I think it is 50/50 Melo gets traded before the season starts. The Nuggets won’t get equal value, but they are at least trying to get 75c on the $1.

2010 The Year of Moistness continues.

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