Reports: Carmelo Anthony will not waive his no-trade clause


  1. Reports: Carmelo Anthony will not waive his no-trade clause

Carmelo Anthony told New York reporters this morning that he expects to be with the Knicks after the trade deadline.

“I never thought I would be anywhere else.” Carmelo Anthony said

Anthony said if the front office would have come up to him and said they wanted to rebuild he would have considered waiving his no-trade clause.

“Like I told you all before, nothing came to me.” “Until that time comes then they don’t need for me to even talk about the trade clause.”

Carmelo Anthony has been in several trade rumors over the past months. After the front office said, “ they will be better off trading Melo,” Anthony Is still on the Knicks. The only way the Knicks were to trade Anthony if he agrees to waive his no-trade clause.

The Knicks have been in touch with the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Clippers and Cleveland Cavaliers about trading Carmelo Anthony.

The Boston Celtics came out and said that they only want Paul George or Jimmy Butler. The Cavaliers head coach, Tyron Lue said: “Kevin Love isn’t going nowhere.” Lastly, the Clippers have been looking for a third team, but trades fell through according to Marc Stein.

According to New York Knicks-Espn Reporter Ian Begley, The Knicks was in contact with at least one team as recently as last week. The potential deals were described as “Complicated.”

About Aaron Davis

Aaron is a staff writer and the Co-Founder of NBALEAD. He has been following the NBA for over 15 years. Graduated from Purdue University.

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