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Knicks unwilling to engage in buyout talks with Carmelo Anthony

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Knicks president Phil Jackson has made no secret he'd like to trade the star, who's owed $54 million in the next two seasons.

Anthony stressed that she would never say anything bad about the New York Knicks player. She also has business reasons to stay in NY, where Kiyan has grown up and attended school.

He has made the All-Star team each season he has been with NY, including the 2012-13 season when he won the scoring title by averaging 28.7 points per game.

"The most important thing with that is just to stay close to Kiyan", La La said. After the Knicks missed the playoffs for a fourth consecutive season, Anthony expressed his frustration in the exit interview. "So wherever he ends up, of course we want him to be happy".

Cleveland is reported to be contenders for Anthony if he secures a buyout from the Knicks.

Anthony, according to the same source, was toying with the idea of orchestrating a move to either Philadelphia or Washington, which would keep him close to NY.

It seems that the tables have turned in the ongoing drama between the New York Knicks and Carmelo Anthony, as the latest report from ESPN's Marc Stein indicates that Anthony and his camp are willing to talk about a buyout. According to his deal, Anthony's cap will be pegged a $30.3 million if he's traded before July 1.

Sources told Begley that Anthony was leaning towards leaving the Knicks when the regular season ended, but his family situation has changed his thinking.

Anthony, 33, has gone back and forth recently on whether he wants to remain in NY or would be open to playing in another city, sources say. "I'm in the gym every day".

The 38-year-old actress also addressed her split from National Basketball Association player Carmelo Anthony, noting that it did not change the most important part of their family dynamic.

"We've not been able to win with (Carmelo Anthony) on the court at this time".

James, Anthony, Wade and Los Angeles Clippers playmaker Chris Paul have been planning to play in one team at some point in their respective careers. "I love him with all my heart, and we are the best of friends".

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