The messy relationship between Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks' front office could soon come to an end, as a recent report from the Boston Globe suggests Anthony would waive his no-trade clause to join a select group of teams, including the Boston Celtics.

Read this from Gary Washburn of The Globe:

"A source indicated that Knicks president Phil Jackson has instructed management to move Anthony, who has a no-trade clause but included the Celtics as one of the teams for whom he’d waive the clause."

Washburn goes on to write that Celtics' front office boss Danny Ainge is not interested in Anthony at all, despite the Knicks sending signals they would trade him to Boston. Anthony has also reporteldy suggested he would accept a trade to the Cavaliers or Clippers.

Anthony's next move is certainly something to watch for Wizards fans. If he goes to either the Cavs or Celtics, he would likely improve a team that is already ahead of the Wizards in the standings. With how well Washington has played, they should see those two teams as standing in their way for the Eastern Conference Finals or even the NBA Finals.

[Via ProBasketballTalk]

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