Update (7:22): So maybe they already met!? I expect the next update to be that Anthony has, in fact, been a Knick this whole time.
Update: Maybe, maybe not. It's gonna be great when we find out that all these media outlets are hearing from the same two-timing prankster source.
So, here's some news. Frank Isola reports that Knicks owner James Dolan will sit down (on what I'm not sure. Do these kind of things occur at conference tables? On couches? Stools? Roller coasters?) with Carmelo Anthony during All-Star weekend in Los Angeles, presumably to discuss the merits of Landry Fields. Dolan won't be the only one meeting with Melo:
The Daily News has learned that both Madison Square Garden chairman James Dolan and Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov are scheduled to meet with Carmelo Anthony this weekend in Los Angeles, which is seen as the final step before the Denver Nuggets trade their franchise player.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh wouldn't say last week if he was heading to Los Angeles, but it's a good bet that when the eccentric Dolan does meet with Anthony, O'Neil and assistant general manager Allan Houston will be by his side.
Could Amar'e Stoudemire, and even Landry Fields (hell, even Roger Mason Jr., who's headed to L.A. as well), join in that meeting as well? That would be allowed, right? No matter the outcome, at least we're nearing the point at which we'll know who's going to be on the Knicks for the rest of the season. This should be an interesting weekend.
What of this particular report? Are we even convinced that it's totally true?