The New York Knicks' new regime is ready to move on with or without Carmelo Anthony.
New president Steve Mills said Monday the Knicks have been talking to teams about a trade and will continue looking for a deal that works for the organization and its All-Star forward.
"But we also feel that Carmelo could easily be a part of our team next year, and we have to understand how we're going to play and what the expectations of how we're going to play, and we're going to move forward," Mills said. "So maybe with Carmelo or maybe without Carmelo."
Mills also ruled out a buyout of Anthony's contract, which has two years and about $54 million remaining...