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Monday, March 7, 2011

Carmelo Anthony Thanks Denver Fans

Melo's people started negotiating his contract all the way back to when LeBron made his "decision."
It just took a whole lot longer. And once LeBron was done, the spotlight moved to Denver to see his move.

When the spotlight moved, Carmelo assured who oever was listening that he wasn't going to do it the way LeBron did it.

And he didn't.

Even though you may have been annoyed by how long it took and all the stories about it, Melo didn't dis' Denver.

Carmelo Anthony
Carmelo Anthony wrote a letter expressing "gratitude" and "appreciation" to fans of the Nuggets nearly two weeks after he was traded to the Knicks.

He posted a note on his website last Thursday telling Nuggets fans "you will always be a part of my heart."

In a letter titled "A NOTE TO MY DENVER FANS," Anthony thanks the Nuggets faithful for "embracing" him.
"I had to let you know how I felt about you, the city, my fans, my friends," he wrote. "You've been supportive of me and my NBA career for the past 8 years and that doesn't go unnoticed.
"Drafted when I was 19 I called Denver and the Nuggets my home. The city and the fans embraced me and watched me grow as a man and a player.
"There are no words to express the gratitude and appreciation I have for Denver, the Nuggets and all the fans."
Melo as a happy Knick
*This is a smoothe move! He'll get cheered when his new Knicks go to the Mountain High city.