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Carmelo Anthony, whose one season with the Thunder featured career lows nearly across the board, wrote a letter to thank the team and its fans for "genuine support."
Where do the Thunder stand in the West and NBA title races? Our ESPN Forecast panel unveils its early projections.
Mark your calendars, because the full NBA schedule has been unveiled. Here are our can't-miss games.
The NBA released its schedule for the 2018-19 season on Friday, with Kawhi Leonard, traded to Toronto in the offseason, scheduled to visit San Antonio in January.
The Los Angeles Lakers face the Golden State Warriors to highlight the Christmas Day schedule, and LeBron James' home debut as a Laker will be against the Houston Rockets on Oct. 20, the NBA announced in releasing part of its schedule.
LeBron James says people should evaluate his new Lakers teammates for their common love of basketball rather than their questionable reputations.
While meeting with the Lakers during free agency was tempting, Paul George said Thursday that he knew several weeks before the process began on July 1 that he was going to sign a contract to remain with the Thunder.
The three-team trade sending Anthony, Justin Anderson and a 2022 lottery protected first-round pick (via OKC) to the Hawks; Dennis Schroder and Timothé Luwawu-Cabarrot to the Thunder; and Mike Muscala to the 76ers, is official.
Bill discusses the major trades as we approach the deadline in the MLB with Fangraphs writer Meg Rowley then discuss the Kahwi and Carmelo trades with 538's Chris Herring.
Tony Kornheiser and Frank Isola weigh in on the Carmelo Anthony trade and if he will ultimately end up in LA or Houston, if loyalty should matter in pro sports, Boogie Cousins explanation and much more.
OKC will deal Carmelo Anthony to the Hawks for a package that includes Dennis Schroder. Anthony will be waived, and the Rockets are front-runners for him.
Points Per Game107.912th
Rebounds Per Game45.15th
Assists Per Game21.328th