Carmelo Anthony Comments on No-Trade Clause, Rumors and Knicks’ Front Office

January 20th, 2017 by Mike Chiari Leave a reply »

With questions swirling regarding Carmelo Anthony's future with the New York Knicks, the nine-time All-Star has addressed his feelings on the matter. 

According to Al Iannazzone of Newsday, Melo said this week he would consider waiving his no-trade clause if approached by management: "I think it will be more on the front office. I have the power, but still I would talk to them. We would be in communication if they feel like they want to go in a different direction, they want to start rebuilding for the future. If they tell me they want to scrap this whole thing, yeah, I have to consider it."



Per ESPN.com's Ramona Shelburne, team president Phil Jackson reportedly met with Melo on Tuesday to ask him if he wanted to remain a member of the Knicks.

Anthony acknowledged the conversation with Jackson and said he was "tired" of being asked about his relationship with the Zen Master, according to ESPN.com's Ohm Youngmisuk.

The Knicks are struggling to the tune of a 19-25 record, and Melo made it clear he doesn't want to bail on the team while it's skidding, per Iannazzone:

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