Carmelo Anthony was traded to the New York Knicks late Monday, so forgive the headline writers at the New York Daily News and New York Post for their collective lack of creativity, as both tabloids went with "Hello 'Melo!" in the big font. But another word included by both -- "finally," as in "Knicks finally land superstar Anthony" -- belies the fact that said headline writers knew this was coming. What happens when the tabs double up? Does one yell jinx, preventing the other from publishing until a Coke is purchased?