Carmelo Anthony may be a Knick now but he could have been a Bull this summer.
According to reports, the All-Star was offered a two-year max contract from the Chicago Bulls. The reason behind this is because the Bulls hope that after the two year contract is up, they will sign him to a max deal. The Bulls had contracts that were expiring and a new TV deal in 2016, making enough salary cap room to sign Anthony for more money.
When Anthony received the offer, he rejected it because he thought it wasn’t appealing to him.
Anthony signed lucrative five-year $125 million dollar deal with the Knicks. Anthony will make $24.5 million in 2016, $26.2 million in 2017 and $27.8 million in 2018.