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ESPN.com senior NBA writer Marc Stein discusses the news that Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks are working on a max deal that will keep Carmelo in New York.
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Bill Simmons reacts to the news that LeBron James is returning home to the Cleveland Cavaliers.
George Karl discusses Carmelo Anthony's decision to remain in New York and the future of the Knicks.
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