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NBA news: Lakers or the Knicks might trade Carmelo Anthony

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    Carmelo Anthony trade rumors Lakers Knicks

    Carmelo Anthony, the NBA legend has given new hints that he might be making a comeback for the next season. The 35-year-old veteran player has named as NBA All-star 10 times and All-NBA team member for 6 times. Anthony last played for the Houston Rockets, where his performance was kind of average.

    But the star player recently shared a video on social media where is shown training and shooting 3-points with perfect accuracy. The video just came out after two days of the Los Angeles Lakers trading in Anthony Davis, and it might be a hint for them. Here are the possible two teams where the NBA star Carmelo Anthony can play for the 2019-20 season.

    LeBron James – Los Angeles Lakers

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    Carmelo Anthony and the Lakers star LeBron James are very close friends from a long time. It would make a lot of sense for the Los Angeles Lakers to get Carmelo Anthony, as they are looking for more stars. While the Anthony Davis deal with the Pelicans, was a bit expensive, dealing with Carmelo will be cheaper.

    At the age of 35 years, there will be hardly any team interested that much in Anthony Davis. The LA Lakers could use this opportunity to get the veteran player and strengthen their team for the NBA 2019-20 season.

    Kevin Durant – New York Knicks

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    Another NBA team that would be interested in Carmelo Anthony would be none other than the New York Knicks. Anthony has previously played for the Knicks, so there is a good understanding between him and the team management. The return of Carmelo Anthony in the Knicks is also possible as the team is keen on adding star players.

    With the reports of Kevin Durant joining the New York team as a free agent, the chances have been increased. Kevin Durant and Carmelo Anthony are also in touch, and can together play for the Knicks in the next year of NBA.

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