Carmelo Anthony

Tracy McGrady says Carmelo Anthony should retire from the NBA

Tracy McGrady believes Carmelo Anthony should retire from the NBA. The Houston Rockets are expected to part ways with Anthony soon. Although Anthony has remained eager to play and try to contribute to the Rockets, Houston doesn’t believe they can make it work. McGrady says Anthony’s last couple of years in the NBA are making people forget that Melo

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Carmelo Anthony

Report: Rockets players, coaches believe Carmelo Anthony has played his final game for Houston

Houston Rockets players and coaches believe that small forward Carmelo Anthony has played his final game for the franchise, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN. Anthony signed a one-year deal with the Rockets in the summer after getting traded by the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Atlanta Hawks, and then reaching a buyout agreement with Atlanta. The 10-time

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Jimmy Butler

Report: Rockets renewing trade efforts for Jimmy Butler

If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again. The Houston Rockets are making a renewed bid to acquire Minnesota Timberwolves small forward Jimmy Butler, according to a report from Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The Rockets are prepared to offer the Timberwolves four future first-round picks in exchange for Butler, who has requested a trade from Minnesota. Story posting soon: The

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Describing all 30 NBA teams with one word for the 2018-19 season

Each summer, NBA teams attempt to redefine their future, both short and long-term. Some may feel they are one player away from a title, while others may feel the need to tank. Let’s take a look at every team in the league and see how they should be feeling heading into the season. Atlanta Hawks:

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Jayson Tatum

Celtics young star Jayson Tatum thinks Carmelo Anthony will fit well in Houston

Recently on the Bill Simmons podcast, Celtics stud Jayson Tatum sat down to discuss various topics including his young NBA career, Brad Stevens, high school and college hoops, and his focus for next season. The rookie (now sophomore) made a huge splash on the NBA radar by seamlessly fitting into the Celtics scheme. Offensively and defensively,

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Why Carmelo Anthony is still an elite NBA scorer

Is the art of the mid-range game dead? Are isolation players that can create their own shot no longer a commodity? Well, from recent memory we saw Kevin Durant put on an absolute clinic against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 3 of the 2018 NBA Finals. He torched them even when his shots were heavily

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 16 – Why is there so much ‘hate’ for Carmelo Anthony?

Is the art of the mid-range game dead? Many individuals say it’s not. If that’s the case, then why is there so much grief for Carmelo Anthony? In this episode of the Pump Fake to the Altar podcast, your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen discuss the prolific scorer. He has operated in the mid-range

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 12 – NBA Conference Finals

Well, look what we have here! Since the inception of the 2017-18 NBA regular season, we anticipated THESE Conference Finals. The Rockets, Warriors, Cavaliers, and Celtics all advance and hopefully we can get our money’s worth. Your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen give a fresh take on what to expect on this episode of

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Pump Fake to the Altar: Episode 11 – NBA Playoff Surprises

Your hosts Felix John-Baptiste and DJ Allen are FIRED UP on this episode of Pump Fake to the Altar. They discuss the lengthy Celtics-Bucks series as well as the Pelicans sweep of the Trail Blazers. At a quick glance, this was one of the most entertaining first rounds of NBA playoff action to their memories.

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An inside look at the proposed 1-16 playoff seeding for the 2018 NBA Playoffs

Throughout the years of the NBA Playoffs, we’ve grown accustomed to the 1 through 8 seeding in each conference. However, with the recent balance of power shifting West, individuals have grown weary of the current format. Instead, they’d like to see the “best” two teams meet in The Finals as opposed to earlier in the

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