Lakers rumors: Bulls urged to steal Carmelo Anthony from LAL

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The Eastern Conference’s comma team is urged to rob a future Hall of Fame from Los Angeles Lakers.

in An article on the 6th of September titled “The ranking of the best landing spots for veteran NBA Carmelo AnthonyAndy Bailey of Bleacher Report wrote that the Chicago Bulls Anthony, an unrestricted free agent, must sign.

“The Chicago Bulls are another team that could use more than three-point shooting. In 2021-22 they finished 29th in the league with three times per 100 possessions. If they want to threaten a top-ten offense, they may need to increase their size from there, and they can That helps Milo,” Bailey wrote. “Over the past two seasons, of the players who have scored at least several minutes, have only six games or exceeded both of Anthony’s two marks for three times per possession and three percentage points.”

Anthony He averaged 13.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.0 assists While he shot 44.1% from the field, 37.5% from behind the arc and 83.0% from the Lakers’ free throw streak last season. He appeared in 69 matches and was fifth on the team in scoring, third in 3 points, and fourth in winning shares.

bulls Went 46-36 in 2021-22. They made the playoffs for the first time since 2017, losing to the Milwaukee Bucks in the first round in five games. Anthony scored at least 20 points 11 times last season, so he could be a good addition to the Bulls team.


LeBron James’ boyfriend wants Anthony back with the Lakers

On August 7th, Cuffs The Legend – a friend of LeBron James and an NBA analyst – Tweet that the Lakers should re-sign Anthony. James and Anthony are close friends, so it is widely assumed that LeBron wants Milo to re-sign with the Lakers.

according to April 23rd Report by Sean Davine of Heavy, Anthony is relieved to live in Los Angeles and play for the Lakers again. However, LakeShow still has not bid for a 10-time All-Star and is starting training camp soon.

In his September 6 article, Billy named Brooklyn NetworksAnd the New York Knicks And the Boston Celtics Like three other teams you should consider signing Anthony. The 38-year-old striker has March averages 22.5 points and 6.2 rebounds In 1,260 regular season games with the Denver Nuggets, Knicks, Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets, Portland Trail Blazers and Lakers.


Anthony joins Celtics ‘begins to gain momentum’

according to Reporting September 3rd by Gary Washburn of The Boston GlobeThe Lakers could lose Anthony to the Celtics. Boston need a young striker after Danilo Gallinari tore left ACL while playing for Italy in the World Cup qualifier against Georgia.

“This is starting to gain traction as Anthony is perhaps the best remaining striker on the market, and he has shown himself to be an offensive product despite his age,” Washburn wrote. He turned 38 in May, but managed 69 games last season and averaged 13.3 points off the bench. Anthony was criticized for his lack of three-point shooting, but he has improved dramatically. Anthony was exiled from the NBA After a short spell in Houston due to his reluctance to shoot the ball from behind the arc. That changed. Anthony has remained in good shape and can still score. He had 20 or more points in 11 games last season and played 26 minutes per game, demonstrating his toughness. Anthony wants a chance to win a championship, and this might be his best chance.”

On April 11, Anthony spoke with Dave McMenamin from ESPN About his experience with the Lakers, from Missed the playoffs last season. The Syracuse producer appeared noncommittal about his future with Los Angeles.

“This was another chapter for me,” Anthony told McMenamin. “I can say I tried it. …Finally I can check the box – I played with Bron. I played with M. We had, on paper – we were great on paper. I personally had a good year personally. As happy and able to go out and compete and be able to do In my turn, I play my part in this team. There were good days, there were bad days, but we went through them, and I got through.”