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If Knicks Land Carmelo, Heat Will Be on D'Antoni

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The drama with Carmelo Anthony grinds through All-Star Weekend for the NBA, like a train making one more scheduled stop. Only with this train there is still no sure destination in sight.

Even now, no one is sure how much the Nuggets really want from the Knicks, if it's true that they are making pigs of themselves and really do want three starters and Timofey Mozgov and Eddy Curry's Big Fat Expiring Contract and the use of James Dolan's private plane when he's not using it.

No one is sure - just because nobody has really known anything with this process from the start, all the way back to September when the Nets were practically supposed to be putting Anthony on a private plane to Teterboro Airport - that if the Knicks pull the trigger on Anthony that means that Chris...

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