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Carmelo Anthony lands two big fish: Are they named Amare and Chris?

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While the basketball world has been wondering if Carmelo Anthony will stay in Denver, hook up with Kobe Bryant in L.A., team with Derrick Rose in Chicago, join Amare Stoudemire and Chris Paul in New York, or maybe Chris Paul in New Orleans, Melo and new bride Lala Vazquez were honeymooning in Costa Rica. We've got the pics, courtesy of Lala's Twitter account, and they include a crazy shot of Anthony with two giant fish. After he landed them, did he name them Amare and Chris? Page through below to check out the full-size shots:

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