Will Melo in New York make them a contender this year or next year or not at all?
To us, the craziest thing about Carmelo going to New York is that it doesn’t guarantee the Knicks a championship. That’s the harsh reality for the teams trying to rebuild. Three years ago, New York’s new roster would have been a one-way ticket to the Finals, but since LeBron’s “decision” the league is different.
The Knicks will be in the race next year but chances are they won’t win a championship, and by ‘race’ we mean playoffs.
“And when it comes to styles, I got several
Sharper than a swagger dagger all metal
and my jewels blue and yellow
Type of sh*t that make em’ call you Carmelo”—Potentially the most devastating thing about the Carmelo Anthony trade is that this Lil’ Wayne lyric won’t make sense anymore. Alright, we’ll mellow on the ‘Melo posts now.
Trevor Gretzky and Ryan Garvey have the same dream of making it to the big leagues one day. In the meantime, Trevor is slated to play ball next year for San Diego State under Tony Gwynn, while Ryan has committed to Southern California.
That’s what happens when your boy grows up in the U.S., he has no interest in hockey. Sorry Canada.
Congrats are in order for NBA star Kobe Bryant. Yesterday, while the rest of NBA nation was busy with All-Star weekend business, just a short drive from Staples Center, Kobe was busy becoming the first athlete (and second person outside of the movie industry) to be enshrined at Grauman’s Chinese Theater in Hollywood.