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'Melo won't concede MVP to LeBron

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08:06 AM ET 02.13 | This year is different. Unlike last season, when Carmelo Anthony graciously conceded the Most Valuable Player award to LeBron James long before the race was over, the Knicks' All-Star forward isn't about to surrender anything to his good friend. That includes the best record in the Eastern Conference and, yes, the title of MVP. When asked on Tuesday if James has locked up the MVP award, Anthony said: "It's early. It's All-Star break right now. He's definitely playing like a Most Valuable Player so we'll see what happens." The Knicks are 32-17 entering Wednesday's home game against [Toronto]. ... Ultimately, playing in June is all that matters, but for the Knicks to get that far they will need Anthony healthy and playing at an MVP level. Just like LeBron.

New York Daily News

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February 13, 2013  08:24 AM ET
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...Keep your eye on the real prize melo!

Playing for the Lakers?

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February 13, 2013  08:31 AM ET

All the Knicks fans begin to chant as Mello goes to the free throw line, " MVP MVP MVP"

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February 13, 2013  08:43 AM ET
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Playing for the Lakers?

Would Apple renounce Melo in that case? or the Knicks?

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February 13, 2013  08:47 AM ET

they will be 32-18 by the end of tonight because the Raptors will beat them !

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