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(Pro Sports Daily)   Carmelo Anthony says losing this year is harder than losing in past years, but he sure makes it look easy   ( prosportsdaily.com) divider line
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2017-03-18 01:35:38 PM  
The Knicks will never be good until they get rid of the aging loser that they've shackled themselves to. Without this constant burden of dragging the fat, troll around they might actually have a chance to succeed like they used to. So basically, get rid of Dolan.

Also, Melo. Time to go separate ways.
 
2017-03-18 02:25:26 PM  
Carmelo, you got exactly you wanted....New York City.  You didn't care how bad the Knicks are, both on and off the floor, you got your paydays and found out the hard way you are not good enough to propel a truly awful team from cellar-dwellers to at least being mediocre.
 
2017-03-18 10:52:32 PM  
Darko is one of the biggest busts in NBA history but I'm glad the Pistons took him over Carmelo - I don't think the Pistons would have won that championship if he was on the team.
 
2017-03-19 02:04:48 AM  

meanmutton: Darko is one of the biggest busts in NBA history but I'm glad the Pistons took him over Carmelo - I don't think the Pistons would have won that championship if he was on the team.


Oh, c'mon. That was a veteran team full of strong personalities. The young punk would have shut up and did what he was told.

More likely they win more than one, than none.
 
2017-03-19 12:23:34 PM  

Ow! That was my feelings!: meanmutton: Darko is one of the biggest busts in NBA history but I'm glad the Pistons took him over Carmelo - I don't think the Pistons would have won that championship if he was on the team.

Oh, c'mon. That was a veteran team full of strong personalities. The young punk would have shut up and did what he was told.

More likely they win more than one, than none.


Plus Melo has always been a great player when on a team with other great players.
 
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