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James Harden says Carmelo Anthony trade is 'out of his hands'

15 Julio 2017
James Harden says Carmelo Anthony trade is 'out of his hands'

Tari Hoeft of La Crescent recorded a hole-in-one on July 4 at Pine Creek Golf Course. It's easy to look at Carmelo in a negative light currently with the stench of the New York Knicks consuming him, but there's a real chance on a team with superstars he can step in and make a huge impact immediately.

"I let the front office deal with that", Harden said. According to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, the Knicks said they couldn't "imagine a scenario" where Carmelo suits up in a New York uniform next season.

PGA TOUR: In Silvis, Ill., Charles Howell III and Ollie Schniederjans each shot 8-under 63 on Thursday to share the first-round lead in the John Deere Classic. If they can get Carmelo Anthony too, then things might get interesting. The Rockets are scheduled to introduce Paul at a press conference Friday.

He was determined to be involved, enough, however, to prevent arguably the best candidate on the market for the job - former Cavaliers general manager David Griffin - from bringing in his own people to New York's front office.

Three years and three months later, after the worst waste of $60 million in professional sports, Dolan has hit the rewind button.

When Jackson came to the Knicks, he brought only one trusted adviser, Clarence Gaines, Jr. - who has been with the team during Summer League games in both Orlando and Las Vegas, and seems to be sticking around now that Jackson is gone.

The Winona LeJetz American Legion baseball team, which has made a living off late-inning drama, put a run on the board in the top of the seventh Wednesday night but needed two more and ended up losing to Albert Lea 5-3. When the most trusted names in the game aren't even mentioning Portland, that's an alarm. "Maybe finalizing terms to hire Scott Perry will get the ball rolling, but for now, Anthony is left in limbo". He is said to be dismayed over the events of the past 24 hours. Would he actually want to return to a franchise and fanbase that doesn't really want him? I'll buy the idea that Portland wants to shed some contracts.

Mychal Thompson has made clearly his thoughts on how dominant the Warriors will be in the near future.