• Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points on 9-of-18 shooting (including five threes) with seven rebounds, three assists and two steals in the Knicks’ 108-91 win over the Nets on Friday.

    Carmelo’s shooting numbers from the field (40.8) and the line (87.4) are going to flip flop and all of his other numbers are mostly in the right place, so his current top-30 pace is probably in the ballpark of what owners should expect going forward.  And if you can get a top-30 player back in a trade — or more if folks still buy the name — then it’s something to consider given his age, mileage and the chance the Knicks aren’t this good all year long.

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