Carmelo Anthony has narrowed his options down to the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls. He is no longer considering the Los Angeles Lakers, sources told ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
The only destination, besides New York, that makes sense for Melo is Miami.
New York Knicks president and general manager Steve Mills met about two weeks ago with Phil Jackson about the possibility of becoming the team's next head coach, sources told ESPN's Stephen A. Smith.
Dwight Howard is Houston-bound, after all.
Lakers owner Jerry Buss ran the kind of team Knicks fans can only dream of.
Mitch Kupchak should contact Billy King about a Howard-for-Lopez trade. Now!
As the Lakers spiral, Kobe Bryant has plenty of hope even with a tough trip to New York next.
Kobe Bryant is trying to stay calm -- for now. As the Lakers enter Thursday's game against the Knicks with a 9-13 record, Bryant is trying to stay as patient as possible during one of the most frustrating stretches of his career.
The Lakers hired Mike D'Antoni over Phil Jackson? You cannot defend this move!
Nothing personal -- Jeremy Lin's just not worth the money. Let the sanity begin!
The Nets are winning the offseason battle. Will they win the war for N.Y., too?
L.A. couldn't contain Jeremy Lin and it leads to a lot of head-scratching.
Now that we know Jeremy Lin's the real deal, it's on D'Antoni and Melo to adapt.
With the Lakers in town, now we'll see what Jeremy Lin is all about.
Lakers should start looking ahead to next season and cast an eye toward Garnett.
Though the Lakers could be about to spiral, Kobe Bryant remains focused.