Danilo Gallinari outplayed Carmelo Anthony in the first meeting since they were swapped in a blockbuster trade, scoring a career-high 37 points as the Denver Nuggets outlasted the New York Knicks 119-114 in double-overtime on Saturday night.
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? Watch Vic Lombardi’s latest Vic’s Signature report where he explores this question.
The first big night of the NBA season, barring further cancellations, would feature Carmelo Anthony’s return to Denver.
Last season Carmelo Anthony left town in a hurry, leaving the Denver Nuggets behind and joining with the New York Knicks.
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Nuggets General Manager Masai Ujiri wasn’t exactly a household name when he got the job 8 months ago. Now Ujiri may go down as the guy who saved the Nuggets’ season.
George Karl excitedly declared he had his best team in his 5 1/2 seasons in Denver. These comments came AFTER the Carmelo Anthony blockbuster trade with the New York Knicks.
You may have heard the big news out of New York last week: The Knicks finally got Carmelo Anthony. Perhaps lost in the shuffle of Melomania was that Chauncey Billups made the trip from Denver as well — and that move is already looking brilliant for the Knicks.
It didn’t seem like Carmelo Anthony used his first press conference as a New York Knick to show any gratitude to the Denver Nuggets or to teammate Chauncey Billups. Check out Vic Lombardi’s take on the matter in the latest Vic’s Signature segment.
George Karl lost his star, his leader and nearly a third of his roster in the blockbuster deal that dismantled and disrupted his perennial playoff team.