dglobalnews.com Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder?
Published: Tue, July 25, 2017
Sports | By Jeannette Edwards

Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder?

Carmelo Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder?

NY and Anthony clearly are ready to part ways as the Knicks look to rebuild around young star Kristaps Porzingis and 2017 first-round pick Frank Ntilikina. There have also been less firm reports that the Cleveland Cavaliers could be another possible destination.

Per The Ringer's Bill Simmons, Adams' Thunder have entered into negotiations with the New York Knicks to trade for forward Carmelo Anthony.

Thunder vice president Troy Weaver was responsible for recruiting Anthony to Syracuse University, where he played his lone year of college before getting drafted in 2003.

Kyrie Irving remains the wild card. The Rockets were long considered the front-runner to land Anthony, but issues have popped up in those talks as the Knicks are trying not to bring in a contract like Ryan Anderson's in return for Anthony.

Anthony going to Oklahoma City would rival what the Rockets have put together after acquiring Chris Paul to work alongside James Harden. Enes Kanter is an expensive big man the Knicks likely wouldn't want as a key piece of a trade package.

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But an Anthony move to the Thunder, his relationship with Weaver apart, appears to have much less of a foundation. While a trio of Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony is unlikely to rattle the mighty Golden State Warriors, it could potentially secure the No. 2 seed out West.

Isola described the report of Thunder interest in Anthony as "legitimate" but was lukewarm on it leading anywhere.

Adams averaged 11.3 points and 7.7 rebounds per game last season for the Thunder, up from 8.0 points and 6.7 rebounds the year before.

No-one, bar one or two obvious exceptions, is untradeable in the National Basketball Association.

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