#Nets look like favorites now but are fighting including lopez...Harris, Favors, and picks are package
#Nuggets would prob. want Kaman and Eric Gordon from #Clippers 4 Melo....that deal would make LAC much worse
#Nuggets discussions w Chicago involves a package of Luol Deng and Taj Gibson
#Warriors offer for Melo would be Stephen Curry, Biedrins, and picks...GSW unsure tho about parting w Curry
#Warriors, #Bulls, and #Clippers are also in mix for for Melo...LAC are long shot according to #NBA league source
check #Nets first round picks...its 9 over next several years....I'm told multiple picks would be involved in #Nuggets deal
If #Nuggets were to make deal w #Nets, they would likely move Billups in another deal bc of Harris
Hearing from an #NBA league source that the #Nets are not including Brook Lopez in any trade discussions w #Nuggets 4 Carmelo Anthony
Looking at those packages, the Favors + Harris package is by far the most appealing if Melo would agree to an extension with the Nets. Sounds kind of like he's just making stuff up that sounds reasonable rather than reporting though.
Only the language about the Bulls sounds like he's saying he's reporting this (by saying discussions include) while the other reoprts say the Nuggets would probably want this or the Warriors would do this.
Personally, I think the Clippers are way better off with Melo than Gordon + Kaman, but that's just me. Short term, there may or may not be a drop off, but if he signs an extension it's much easier to build around Melo.
As for the Bulls offer, it's the same thing we've been trotting around forever, if Denver does it then hooray! Not like there's much to debate about there as the Bulls and everyone else would jump at the deal given a chance (even after kat stacks (is she a porn star? groupie? no idea) started taunting his wife on twitter causing Melo to put a hit out on her on his twitter account).
If we can believe this guy, and I'm not sure that we can (in fact, I'd bet heavily against it), then I'd say the Nets have Melo locked up if he's willing to sign there. The next best offer is probably the Warriors, followed by the Clippers, and the Bulls offer is likely the worst one on the plate.
Granted, that's just the players involved. If the Bulls throw out three first round draft choices and no one else is willing to do that, they may be able to make up the difference.