In another season filled with drama and turmoil, the New York Knicks may have finally gotten some good news.

The NY Daily News is reporting that Carmelo Anthony told team President Phil Jackson that he wants to remain a Knick and will not waive his no-trade clause.

A person close to Anthony confirmed that Anthony and Jackson had met on Tuesday, two days after Anthony lashed out at Jackson after a critical column written by a confidant of Jackson's implied that Anthony’s days in New York should be coming to an end.

Some had speculated that the relationship between Jackson and one of his star players had soured, and that Anthony wanted out. others even hinted that Carmelo's good friend Lebron James wanted Anthony to join him in Cleveland.

The NBA trade deadline is February 23.

The Knicks have struggled again this year as they've lost ten out of their last twelve games. Their big acquisition Derick Rose suddenly disappeared and returned home to Chicago unannounced, fueling speculation he had had a falling out with head coach Jeff Hornacek.

Could the Tuesday afternoon meeting between Jackson and Anthony simply be a front to plan Melo's exit strategy? Guess we'll have to wait till the deadline and find out.

Anthony is currently averaging 22.2 points, 6.0 rebounds, and 3.1 assists per game after 41 games this season.