All-Star Game Is All About 'Melo

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In an NBA season defined by drama and doubt, it was appropriate that both set the tone for the most highly pondered topic at the kickoff of this year’s NBA All-Star Game: the ever-elusive fate of Carmelo Anthony.

A report Friday in The Bergen (New Jersey) Record said the Nets had agreed to a deal with the Denver Nuggets to ship the All-Star to the Eastern Conference, contingent on Anthony agreeing to a new contract. And Anthony himself said he wants his destination wrapped up by the end of the weekend.


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