By Chris Sheridan
GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- Before we get to what Donnie Walsh said about the Knicks' future, we must first pass along this compelling tidbit of information that came to light Monday afternoon as the Knicks were holding a news conference to introduce Raymond Felton, Anthony Randolph, Kelenna Azubuike and Ronny Turiaf.
In addition to the report out there today in the New York Post about what transpired at Carmelo Anthony's wedding reception (Chris Paul, with a microphone in his hand, reportedly raised his glass to toast a future Knicks Big Three of himself, Amare Stoudemire and Anthony), there was this piece of intelligence whispered into the ear of ESPN.com by a trusted source:
During Anthony's reception, when the microphone was handed to LeBron James, there was a cacophony of hisses, whistles, mutterings and even a few boos before James was able to get any words out of his mouth.
No, James is certainly not feeling the love in New York, and you can click here and read the headline to see further evidence.