Knicks’ Off-season Soap Opera Continues

Now the latest, a video goes viral of Knicks’ leadership allegedly laughing at a video of Melo in a hoodie at nighttime working out at a soccer field.

As other teams in the league improve – the Knicks create more drama. Even the Brooklyn Nets got better with the D’Angelo Russell trade.

How about Dem Knicks?!

Quick Recap…

They broke up with Phil. Kool.

Their veteran star claims he wants to stay, unless he gets to play with LeBron or CP3.  Ok?!

Their star on the rise, Kristaps Porzingis, acts like the neophyte that he is and unprofessionally blows off his exit meeting with Knicks’ Leadership. You killing me!

They draft a French point guard who is perfect for the triangle. but now they won’t be running the triangle offense. Huh? Where dey do dat at?!

Now the latest, a video goes viral of Knicks’ leadership allegedly laughing at a video of Melo in a hoodie at nighttime working out at a soccer field.

After I watched the video captured on NBATV, I can’t tell what they are laughing at, so I will file this latest distraction as NYC media creating more craziness. That is what they do.

What seems crazier to me, is Melo willing to play in Houston for Mike D’Antoni. I remember what their union was like with the Knicks.  Can you say bad divorce?

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I also remember D’Antoni recently publicly shared that he quit as Head Coach because of Melo.  In 2012, he gave the Knicks an ultimatum and they chose Melo.  Didn’t that just happen with Phil?

It is also crazy that the Knicks would give Melo away.  Although he is getting up there in age he still gets buckets.  The Knicks would be foolish to buy him out and get nothing for him. They would be just as stupid if they took back a player like Ryan Anderson, who is still owed 3yrs/$60 million on his contract.

Throw Eric Gordon’s name in the mix and I would listen.

As for LeBron in Cleveland, I doubt that will happen.  They are not ponying up Kevin Love for Anthony and no one else should interest the Knicks.

So for now, Anthony remains a Knick.

The Knicks should keep him and see what things look like at the trading deadline.

The good thing is that it is July and there is not much real sports news for us junkies.

Happy holidays!

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