DALLAS -- Carmelo Anthony is in Dallas meeting with the Dallas Mavericks' brass at an undisclosed location.
Some media members hung out at the American Airlines Center for hours, but there was no sign of Anthony, who is in town to visit the Mavs. A free agent, Anthony has the Mavs on his list of teams he's considering playing with starting next season.
Owner Mark Cuban, president of basketball operations Donnie Nelson, coach Rick Carlisle and forward Dirk Nowitzki are among the Mavs' contingent on hand to greet Anthony, a New York Knick small forward who was the second-leading scorer in the NBA this past season.
Anthony met with the Chicago Bulls on Tuesday, with the Houston Rockets on Wednesday morning and will visit the Los Angeles Lakers on Thursday.
As there was in Chicago and Houston, there were no banners or fancy posters up Wednesday afternoon around the AAC welcoming Anthony to Dallas.
Under terms of the collective bargaining agreement, the Knicks can offer Anthony a five-year, $129 million contract while the most any other team can offer the 11-year veteran is a four-year, $96 million deal.
-- Dwain Price
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