Showing posts with label CARMELO ANTHONY. Show all posts
Showing posts with label CARMELO ANTHONY. Show all posts

Thursday, August 02, 2018

Podcast on the AVE: BlvdAve Radio Ep. 10 "Toronto's Loss is Atlanta's Gain"

Sorry for the delay ladies & gents ! Life happens and I was in the middle of moving, But welcome to BlvdAve Radio Episode 10 !!! We talk about Carmelo Anthony and if he’s gonna go to the L.A. Lakers or Houston Rockets after being traded from the Oklahoma Thunder, we also talk about The Equalizer 2 , Blindspotting, Kawhi Leonard being traded to the Toronto Raptors and we ask the question “Would you date a pornstar” ? Last but not least we also recapped the glappitnova event we participated in, and our overall feelings about the experience ! As always check out BlvdAve every Tuesday at 7PM on Logik Radio ( by the podcast platforms release on weds with the sports recap by Saul Rodriguez aka @saul.r26, Follow BlvdAve_Radio on IG, as well as on twitter . Check out the blog, and for guest inquiries or if you want BlvdAve Radio to promote your product, email us !

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Sneaks on the Ave: Jordan Melo M8 'Home' and 'Away' Colors

The initial Jordan Melo M8 released to retail was a Chicago Bulls 'home' colorway released at an English Jordan Brand distributor.  Much closer to home for Carmelo Anthony is news that his eighth JB signature will soon be available at US stores in a palette that's been gaining some attention another Jumpman model of late.  This Knicks 'away' getup goes with a roughly 1:1 mix of black and royal with just a hint of orange plus white on the outsole and sockliner.  They have a more balanced feel than the all-blue Spiz'ikes but both are sufficiently dope that New York basketball fans will be going broke between all the sick releases and ever increasing ticket prices.  Will you be among the masses picking up the Knicks away Melo M8s when they hit at FinishLine  Wednesday, October 12th?
Jordan Melo M8
Black/Orange Flash-Blue Ribbon

Jordan Melo M8
White/Orange Flash-Blue Ribbon

Monday, February 21, 2011

New York the Victor in trade battle to acquire Carmelo Anthony

Couple days late posting this but whatever lol.

The Denver Nuggets have finally completed their long-awaited trade to send Carmelo Anthony to the New York Knicks.

The Knicks are sending Danilo Gallinari, Raymond Felton, Wilson Chandler, the Knicks’ 2014 first-round pick, two second-round picks New York acquired from the Golden State Warriors in the David Lee sign-and-trade and $3 million. The Knicks will also trade Anthony Randolph and Eddy Curry’s expiring contract to the Minnesota Timberwolves, who will send Corey Brewer to the Nuggets. The Knicks will receive Anthony, Chauncey Billups, Shelden Williams and Renaldo Balkman.
The Nuggets requested on Saturday that the Knicks also include center Timofey Mozgov in their trade package and New York complied.

“I’m extremely happy for ‘Melo,” said Anthony’s agent, Leon Rose. “We are very appreciative to the Denver Nuggets organization for their efforts in assisting ‘Melo to get to New York. ‘Melo is excited and looking forward to playing for the Knicks.”

The Nuggets want to reroute two Knicks to the New Jersey Nets as part of a separate deal, including Felton and Mozgov, sources said. The Nets badly want to get rid of Devin Harris and have discussed a three-team with Denver and Dallas that would send Harris to the Mavericks, and bring Felton and Mozgov to New Jersey, sources said.

The Nets are considering sending Harris and Troy Murphy to Portland for Andre Miller and Joel Przybilla, but sources say that deal’s on the backburner. New Jersey would prefer Felton over Miller, sources say.

Nuggets president Josh Kroenke and general manager Masai Ujiri had initially preferred the Nets’ offer for Anthony, which was built around rookie forward Derrick Favors and four first-round draft picks, but Anthony was unwilling to commit to signing a contract extension with the Nets.

Nuggets coach George Karl had pushed team officials to make the deal with the Knicks over a straight trade with the Nets because it would better position the Nuggets to contend for the playoffs this season, a source with knowledge of Denver’s plans said.

Congrats to Melo for making the move back home ! But you woulda got a Championship with the BULLS sooner !!! lol

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

SPORTS : Melo, A LAKER ?!?!?!

The Lakers and the Denver Nuggets have had preliminary discussions about a blockbuster trade that would send Carmelo Anthony to Los Angeles, according to league sources. The Lakers' package would be built around Andrew Bynum.
Talks are in the preliminary stages, but it appears that another option besides the New York Knicks has materialized for the Nuggets.
"There have been discussions between the two teams," one of the sources said. "The Lakers are definitely an option."
ESPN NBA Insider Chris Broussard shares the latest news surrounding the Carmelo Anthony trade rumors. Broussard says the Knicks will look terrible if they don't get Anthony. Plus, Anthony would sign an extension with the Lakers.
It is believed that the Lakers have not yet made an offer for Anthony but that the two clubs have merely had discussions.
Los Angeles has long viewed Bynum as a building block and potential star, but a series of knee injuries throughout his six-year career has frustrated the Lakers to the point that one source said the club would consider moving him. Bynum missed the first 24 games of this season while recovering from offseason knee surgery and also missed a game last week with a bruised knee.
Pau Gasol starts at center in Bynum's absence, with Lamar Odom moving to power forward, and the Lakers' record of 18-7 without Bynum this season is better than their record with him (18-9).
The Lakers' front office is not in full agreement on dealing Bynum, sources told ESPN The Magazine's Ric Bucher. Jim Buss, son of owner Jerry, was in charge of the franchise when Bynum was drafted with the 10th pick in 2005 and has consistently resisted any attempts to move him, including a deal for free agent-to-be Chris Bosh last season.
Of course, Anthony, who can opt out of his contract after this season, would likely have to agree to sign a three-year, $65 million extension with the Lakers for them to part with Bynum. But Los Angeles is believed to be a city Anthony would be amenable to playing in, as he and his wife, La La Vasquez, bought a home there last summer. Two people close to Anthony said the Nuggets superstar would sign off on a deal that would make him a Laker.

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