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Carmelo would make Rockets legit threat to Dubs — Mychal Thompson

Carmelo would make Rockets legit threat to Dubs — Mychal Thompson

Kevin Durant signed in Golden State last offseason, as if the 2015-16, 73-9 Warriors weren't already dominating enough. He chose the money and all that comes with it. "Here, it's about minimizing bogeys as much as you can and take advantage of the holes that you need to". "It's good to have fun like that". "We were all young at one time".

The LeJetz fell to 16-5 and close the regular season by playing the Rochester A's at 5:30 p.m. Friday.

"You add Carmelo Anthony to Chris Paul and James Harden, you gotta take them serious".

Though the elder Thompson belives the Rockets would be a new threat to the Warriors with Anthony, that doesn't mean he thinks there would be a new champion in the NBA. It's another thing when it's in a place such as New York, where the Knicks have routinely been terrible.

Can they persuade Anthony to stay? "Our entire team was there and it went really well".

While Harden called Anthony "one of the best players that we have in this league", he understands that it is the job of general manager Daryl Morey and the Rockets' front office to decide which players are the best fit for the team.

"I let the front office deal with that", Harden told ESPN's Josh Weinfuss.

Indeed, Carmelo would help the Rockets tremendously.

The report added that Carmelo Anthony was "dismayed" at how the talks fell apart and didn't want a "messy divorce" from the dysfunctional franchise.

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. He made a point of saying in his statement that he will "continue to not be involved in the operations of this team", which allows him to remain out of the media spotlight - which he may crave even more than his team having success.

Mills is back in the presidency role, and this time he has an experienced basketball personnel man by his side who wouldn't know the triangle if it hit him upside the head. "PESPT0016493-topic.html" class="local_link" >Tim Hardaway, Jr. - a player he and Jackson initially clashed over before Jackson traded him to Atlanta two years ago - a four-year, $71 million contract the Hawks never considered matching, and one that left the Knicks with no cap space to pursue a veteran point guard after they used their remaining salary cap exception to sign second-year guard Ron Baker.