The fate of Carmelo Anthony next season


Like the Lakers, expectations around the net have been huge in this past offseason. And like the Lakers, Nets didn’t have a good time at the NBA last season.

Both teams try to fix what went wrong last year. It counts towards forming a new team for better results.

According to SB Nation’s website, one of the works Nets wants to bring to Brooklyn is Carmelo Anthony. According to the website, Melo is more likely to wear the Durrants team shirt next season than returning to Knicks.

“Mello needs to go to a better team than Knicks. Knicks won’t be distracted. If he leaves Los Angeles, Brooklyn has a lot more potential.”

Knicks was recently associated with a possible meeting with Anthony, but league executives told SB Nation that Anthony’s defensive flaws made him incompatible with head coach Tom Thibodeau. It’s worth remembering that Kevin Durant had previously tried to hire Anthony.

Born in Brooklyn, Anthony is now 38 years old. But he can still work with the team that came out of the bench. Melo scored an average of 13.3 points per game and the Lakers scored 37.5%, 3 points.

Lakers Key Plans for NBA Draft

Now that the season is over and the Warriors have won the NBA championship, the league team’s next focus is on the draft on the 23rd.

The Lakers will try to negotiate a second round pick as there are no picks in a team of several young people.

The overall question is who is willing to give up such a choice and what the price is.

As previously reported, the two teams can partner with the Lakers in this negotiation.

Via Lakers Daily:

“Bleacher Report’s Jake Fischer analyzed speculation across the league and focused on some teams that might be willing to exchange picks.

“The Lakers are widely known for looking for a second round draft topic. The Hawks (# 44) and Pistons (# 46) have options that are considered available.

If the Lakers complete their contract with Detroit on their 46th pick, the Lakers will win the pick in a successful position.

Three years ago, the board exchanged rights for the 46th pick in that year’s draft, eventually bringing the young Talen Horton-Tucker to Los Angeles.

In 2014, the Lakers received the 46th pick from the Washington Wizards. It was used to select Jordan Clarkson. Clarkson soon became a Lakers impact player as a rookie, was named to the NBA All-Rookie First Team, and won the Best Sixth Man Award last season.

Let’s see what Rob Pelinka and the company can do when the 23rd rolls back.

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