Knicks' Anthony replaces Love at ASG

Jim Mone  APThe Carmelo Anthony trade remains one of the biggest trades in NBA history

The Knicks seem eager to trade Anthony but the forward has a no-trade clause that he would have to waive.

Anthony's game Wednesday against the Thunder still could have been his last in a Knicks uniform with the trade deadline approaching.

"I'll never say a player doesn't deserve to be on the all-star team".

"Until something happens, that's the team you think you have and you go about your business that way", Hornacek said. "You was writing about that?"

Carmelo Anthony's name has been in the National Basketball Association trade rumor mill though moving him is easier said than done.

"Nothing came to me, nothing came to my table for me to look at", Anthony added. If they reward winning, then I don't understand how the decision was made.

Anthony appreciated the invite despite it throwing a wrench into the vacation he planned with his family. The Knicks have held exploratory conversations with the Clippers, Cavaliers and Celtics. Sources said Cleveland has rebuffed the offer.

Still, Anthony won't declare he's a Knick for life.

"I don't know what the rules are or how everything goes, but I definitely feel I had a great opportunity", Beal said.

But there are a few players in the East we'd rather see take the floor in New Orleans on Sunday.

It's amusing how this situation has panned out, as it was widely speculated that the four-time NBA MVP asked for the Cavaliers to trade Love to the Knicks and get Anthony in return in order to push the current NBA champions further this year to retain their title once more.

It's also important to note and merit the calm demeanor Anthony has shown with all the rumors circling about trading him for over two months. If they call me I'd consider it. I've been blessed to be able to work with him day-to-day, learn from him, talk to him, be friends with him. "Until something is imminent or something is worth looking at, there's no need for me to talk about trade clause".

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