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    I don't think Colangelo would trade for him unless Paul signed an extension first. I don't think he wants to put the organization through what happened in June and early July again. It would be too big a a risk to trade without more assurance than a two year deal. Especially when at Melo's wedding he "reportedly raised his glass to toast a future Knicks Big Three of himself, Amare Stoudemire and Anthony."

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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    I don't think Colangelo would trade for him unless Paul signed an extension first. I don't think he wants to put the organization through what happened in June and early July again. It would be too big a a risk to trade without more assurance than a two year deal. Especially when at Melo's wedding he "reportedly raised his glass to toast a future Knicks Big Three of himself, Amare Stoudemire and Anthony."
    Ya they've all been makin some jokes about that possibility but really, New York! come on.
    Amare is definatly going to push for something like that he's screwed now. On a team with no prospect of becoming good for years to come. They gambled a lost it all. Again.

    Carmelo isn't going to leave Denver they're one player away from becoming contenders. That team is the shit. Once players play with Billups they never leave.

    Reguardless The Raps need a starting PG more than they needed any more big men or even small forwards.

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    I think you're off on the Knicks. They're setting the table to a big jump from last year and then a slow steady growth with a core group of young players approaching their prime. They may not be contenders for a while but when the dust settles they may have a future as good as the Raptors'.

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    Quote Hellgate wrote: View Post
    Carmelo isn't going to leave Denver they're one player away from becoming contenders. That team is the shit. Once players play with Billups they never leave.
    Kleiza left.
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    Quote Apollo wrote: View Post
    I think you're off on the Knicks. They're setting the table to a big jump from last year and then a slow steady growth with a core group of young players approaching their prime. They may not be contenders for a while but when the dust settles they may have a future as good as the Raptors'.
    I hope the Knicks do become legit again it would be good for the league and for the Raptors. Maybe to devlope a good rivalry between the two. But year after year they make the most bizzare moves.

    N.Y's Management group is flawed and struck out this year with LBJ because they were far to aggessive and cockey. They completely ignored all the signs that James had made up his mind to sell out a long time ago.

    I hear rumours of them bringing back Isiah Thomas in some capacity.
    There's no telling how good Amare can be without an elite passer feeding him. And how long his body can hold up. D'Antoni, I think, has always been over rated, Too many uncertainties in N.Y

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