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    Cavaliers turn down Knicks trade proposal of Carmelo Anthony for Kevin Love, say reports

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    Jan 26, 2017
    Carmelo Anthony has a no-trade clause, but the Knicks are looking for an offer that might make him waive it. AP

    THE Cleveland Cavaliers have reportedly turned down a trade proposal from the New York Knicks, who were hoping to acquire Kevin Love for Carmelo Anthony.

    Two years and over $52 million remain in Anthony’s contract, and he has a no-trade clause, but the Knicks are apparently looking to find a deal that will entice him to waive that clause.

    Teaming up with James could be tantalizing, but the Cavaliers are not interested in the proposal, according to ESPN.

    [See Frustrated LeBron James slams Cavaliers lack of depth in expletive-laden tirade]

    LeBron James has called out Cavaliers management for a roster boost, and just a day ago launched a profanity-laced tirade on the team’s lack of depth.

    But the MVP had been pointing out the need for a reliable playmaker, and the Cavaliers turned down the proposed swap of forwards.

    The trade deadline is on Feb. 23.

    [See LeBron blasts lethargic Cavs after loss to Davis-less Pelicans: 'We're not very good right now']

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    Carmelo Anthony has a no-trade clause, but the Knicks are looking for an offer that might make him waive it. AP
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