The Denver Nuggets are as tempting a trade partner as almost any team in the league. As young as they are, and as promising as their future is, it’s natural that the Nuggets get bandied about as a popular trade destination. They’re loaded with assets (reasonable contracts, intriguing prospects, this year’s No.
The NBA’s Eastern Conference is more open than ever, coming off a season in which an upstart fifth seed made it to the finals. At least one team is virtually guaranteed to vault into the top tier from mediocrity: the Brooklyn Nets, given that Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving are expected to return from injury for the 2020-21 season. But otherwise, it should be a slugfest from start to finish.
According to Marc Berman of the New York Post, if the New York Knicks were to go out and trade for veteran point guard Chris Paul, Anthony is "likely to want to follow." As Berman noted, Paul and Anthony are close friends, and they only spent limited time together as teammates with the Houston Rockets in 2018-19. But even if Paul remains with his current team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, or ends up on a team other than New York, don't completely rule out a reunion between Anthony and the Knicks.