MrLinky wrote:Dirk Nowitzki, the best shooting big-man of all time. By that, I specifically mean jump shooting. Who agrees or disagrees with that ? He's about to pass Larry Bird on the all time NBA scoring list. Only needs another around 140 points to take 25th place.
MrLinky wrote:It's a shame such an all-time great doesn't have a NBA ring yet. They came close against the Heat in 2006, but threw away a 2-0 lead in the finals. He was at the top of his game back then, including a 50-point game against the Suns in game 5 of the Western-Conference finals. He was completely lights out in that one, scored from everywhere. Probably one of the best Playoff performances in NBA history. I admire him, not just because of what he does out on the court.
Psychaz wrote:Dallas need to try and swing a trade for Melo, they need more scoring from their wings, Dirk shoulders the entire load for them, he basically carries them
NEW YORK -- Carmelo Anthony has told the Denver Nuggets he will not sign the nearly $65 million contract extension he has been offered unless he is traded to the New York Knicks, a source told ESPN.com on Sunday.
The source, using the most definitive language possible, confirmed what has been widely speculated around the NBA over the past two months as Anthony has been at the center of trade talks involving numerous teams.
Everybody's yelling out the windows: 'Melo we need you in New York.' Of course that feels good when you know someone out there wants you to come and represent their team and represent their city. That's what I took from that.
-- Carmelo Anthony
And while other franchises might be able to make better offers, Anthony will not agree to sign anywhere long-term unless he is dealt to New York, according to the source, who has been privy to private discussions between Anthony, his representatives and the Nuggets organization.
The source spoke to ESPN.com after Denver's 129-125 loss to New York on Sunday afternoon as the Knicks won their eighth straight game.
Anthony was again coy in discussing his future, but he did move the needle somewhat in making a prediction that the Nuggets will not trade him to a destination that is not on his wish list.
"I don't think so. I don't think that will happen," Anthony said.
Asked why he would make such a definitive statement, Anthony demurred "I don't want to answer that. I don't want to talk about that."
Anthony received a standing ovation from Knicks fans during player introductions after hearing their pleadings on the streets ever since the Nuggets arrived in Manhattan late Friday night.
"Everybody's yelling out the windows: 'Melo we need you in New York.' Of course that feels good when you know someone out there wants you to come and represent their team and represent their city. That's what I took from that," Anthony said.
The New Jersey Nets have been holding out hope that their offer of Derrick Favors, Troy Murphy and two No. 1 draft picks would be the best offer available to the Nuggets, but the news that Anthony will not agree to sign with them long-term effectively knocks them out of the bidding.
uzi716 wrote:Element, Denver wants young players for Melo not Marion, Butler, and Terry.
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