Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony is said to be willing to waive his no-trade clause for a deal to the Cleveland Cavaliers or Houston Rockets. But Knicks president Steve Mills and gm Scott Perry might not be willing to part with the perennial All-Star.
Not so fast.
After months of speculation that the New York Knicks are getting ready to cut the cord and say goodbye to Carmelo Anthony, it appears that All-Star forward might not be leaving the Big Apple.
ESPN reports Knicks president Steve Mills says Anthony might remain with the team this season.
According to the report, Mills also said the Knicks won’t pursue a buyout of the remaining years on Anthony’s contract.
Mills was promoted to team president on Friday, the same day the Knicks officially announced the hiring of new general manager Scott Perry.
Reports out of New York in recent days had Anthony willing to waive his no-trade clause for a deal to the Houston Rockets or Cleveland Cavaliers.
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