A snippet of an interesting article by Louis Roxin via RealGM: "His reputation may not be quite as legendary as William Wesley’s, but that hasn’t deterred Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports from throwing his hat in the ring of NBA movers and shakers. The pen is mightier than the sword and when Wojnarowski has a grudge, journalistic integrity doesn’t stand a chance. As the Late Summer of Melo nears the start of training camp, Wojnarowski is working overtime to see if he can help railroad Carmelo Anthony into accepting banishment to mediocrity and irrelevancy in New Jersey. Wojnarowski Tweets ... he Facebooks ... he occasionally even writes a story on Yahoo.com ... fighting the big bad influence of NBA superstars, their all-too-powerful agents, and the Evil Empire known as Madison Square Garden. ...Wojnarowski has never really offered one substantive reason to justify his angry obsession with the Knicks. It’s all seemingly based on nothing more than his own peculiar distaste, to which he repeatedly and excessively exposes his readers. When the Knicks met with LeBron James, Wojnarowski demeaned the team’s front-office members, taking the cheapest of cheap shots at Donnie Walsh, a man who has devoted a lifetime to the game of basketball. Wojnarowski wrote that Walsh, who was using a wheelchair at the time, had not projected "an image of vibrancy" to LeBron. (The offensive paragraph was later removed from his story without so much as an acknowledgment of the retraction, let alone an apology.) In the end, it’s hard to tell whether Wojnarowski is a would-be power broker, frustrated in his current occupation, or just a fan. One gets the sense that he might go to pieces if heaven forbid Melo says nyet to New Jersey. Why? Because then the next stop is Melo to the Knicks. Sharpen Wojnarowski's quill."