Melo uncertain about future in New York

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With the Knicks' 2015-16 season virtually over, questions in the Big Apple have quickly shifted to surround Carmelo Anthony's future in New York.

Equipped with a no-trade clause, the nine-time All-Star has the ability to control his own destiny. However, asked whether he'd be a Knick next season, Anthony still isn't sure what that destiny will be.

"S---, I don't know," Anthony told Stefan Bondy of the New York Daily News. "Honestly, it's hard to answer those type of questions when you really don't know what's going to happen towards the end of the summer. We still have a month left in this season. So to think about whether I'm going to be on this team next summer, that’s for you to speculate."

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Anthony recently met with Knicks president Phil Jackson to discuss the direction of the franchise, a conversation the Syracuse product described as "good."

Although not yet officially out of playoff contention, New York is likely to miss the playoffs in back-to-back seasons, giving the 31-year-old more incentive to waive his no-trade clause if he can latch onto a contender.

"When it comes down to the no-trade clause, I would have to waive that in order to decide what's the next step," Anthony said. "I think that would be the first step if I decide to do that in making anything happen, any change."

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