Carmelo Was Supposed To Return To Denver This Week

DENVER (CBS4) – Wednesday night was supposed to be a huge night at the Pepsi Center.

It was scheduled to be the Knicks-Nuggets matchup that would have seen the return of Carmelo Anthony to Denver.

Melo took the Nuggets on many trips to the playoffs but his exit was criticized by many.

If the NBA lockout had been resolved and the game had actually happened would you have booed or cheered when he walked onto the court?

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Comments

One Comment

  1. Gary says:

    Oh, wait. They’re not playing? There’s a lockout? Oh, my, I guess I didn’t notice🙂
    Seriously, I would have done neither because I wouldn’t have gone. I could care less if the NBA ever plays again. NBA players are the worst of the worst when it comes to being prima donna atheletes and Carmelo is the worst of the worst of the worst.

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