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The Carmelo Anthony trade is official - Sep 25, 2017


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The Oklahoma City Thunder's trade for 10-time All-Star Carmelo Anthony (6'8''-SF-84, college: Syracuse) is official, the team and the New York Knicks announced Monday. The Thunder will send center Enes Kanter (6'11''-C-92, college: Kentucky), forward Doug McDermott (6'8''-F-92, college: Creighton) and the Chicago Bulls' 2018 second-round pick to the Knicks to complete the deal. 'We are thrilled to welcome Carmelo to Oklahoma City and the Thunder organization,' Thunder general manager Sam Presti said in an official statement. 'In addition to his skill level, experience, and unique talents, Carmelo is another high character, professional player for our roster.' Anthony spent seven seasons in New York, averaging 24.7 points, 7.0 rebounds and 3.2 assists during those years, shooting 44 percent from the field and 37 percent from 3-point range. 'This is a deal we feel works for both this franchise and Carmelo," Knicks President of Basketball Operations Steve Mills said in an official statement. "We thank him for his seven seasons in a Knicks uniform and all that he accomplished off the court for the City of New York by using his platform to address social issues. We will continue to focus on this team looking forward towards the immediate and long-term future. As we have said recently, this is a new beginning for the New York Knicks.' Anthony, who waived a no-trade clause to come to Oklahoma City, had told the Knicks he wanted out of New York months ago, initially pushing for a deal to the Houston Rockets. The Knicks and Rockets could not work anything out with Houston having to send over power forward Ryan Anderson's three-year contract in any conceivable agreement. The Knicks were looking for shorter contracts. Eventually, Anthony expanded his list of teams to include the Cleveland Cavaliers and Thunder. The Knicks brought in Kanter and McDermott to replace some of the scoring they would be losing with the departure of Anthony. 'We acquired two 25-year-old players in this deal that we can develop, while sticking with our overall strategy of emphasizing youth and athleticism," Knicks general manager and former Thunder assistant GM Scott Perry said. "With this trade, we have added scoring and aggressiveness to our frontcourt, and bolstered the team's perimeter shooting. We are glad to have finalized a trade that made sense for all of us.'
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Dallas Mavericks sign Brunson just out of college - 6 hours ago
JALEN BRUNSON Dallas Mavericks (NBA) signed 21-year old guard Jalen Brunson (190-96). He just graduated from Villanova (NCAA). Brunson has played there for the last three years. He helped them to win the league title despite they ended the regular season at the second place. A very impressive season as he was voted USBWA All-District II Player of the Year, All-Big East Player of the Year and All-NCAA D1 Naismith Award Player of the Year. This summer Brunson was drafted by the Mavericks i...   [read more]

Elijah
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Stewart starts his pro career at Indiana Pacers - 6 hours ago
ELIJAH STEWART Indiana Pacers agreed on terms of a training camp deal with 22-year old guard Elijah Stewart (196-82kg-95). Stewart just graduated from University of Southern California (NCAA). He has played there for the last four years. Stewart has never been drafted by the NBA. As mentioned above he is just out of the college and it will be his first season as a pro. Stewart played in the final of Pac-12 Tournament. Indiana Pacers roster for 2018-2019: Guards: Tyreke Evans Elijah Ste...   [read more]

Amir Johnson
Phi.76ers keep Johnson for another season - 6 hours ago
AMIR JOHNSON Philadelphia 76ers re-signed 31-year old power forward Amir Johnson (206-95kg-87). He played there last season. In 82 NBA games he recorded 4.5ppg, 4.3rpg and 1.5apg. Johnson helped them to make it to the conference semifinals. The previous (16-17) season he played at the Celtics where in 94 NBA games he averaged 5.9ppg, 4.2rpg and 1.5apg. Johnson contributed to his team winning the Atlantic Division title. In 2005 he was drafted by Detroit Pistons in second round (56th over...   [read more]


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