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Carmelo Anthony stays with Knicks
LeBron James is moving. But Carmelo Anthony is staying, re-signing with the New York Knicks for a reported five years and $122 million. Anthony chose New York over the Chicago Bulls and Los Angeles Lakers among others, deciding to stick with new team president Phil Jackson. But will the Knicks, who recently traded Tyson Chandler, compete anytime soon?
NBA free agency predictions?
July 1 marks the beginning of NBA free agency, and what a time it should be. LeBron James is available. So are Carmelo Anthony, Chris Bosh, James' and Bosh's fellow Big Three member Dwyane Wade and -- perhaps briefly, if he re-signs as expected -- Dirk Nowitzki. That's not to mention restricted free agents such as Eric Bledsoe and Gordon Hayward, plus trade targets like Kevin Love. What will happen when the players start moving?
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Late-night prankster extraordinaire Jimmy Kimmel has pulled another one.
His latest: convincing Metta World Peace he was speaking at a charity event, only to have co-conspirator Cousin Sal as his driver and Metta's former New York Knicks teammate Amar'e Stoudemire. The result, predictably, was gold:
Now, we must disclaim: This could all be an elaborate prank on us viewers.
After all, Kimmel is a master of the hoax ... Mr. World Peace kept his cool far better than you or we probably would have.