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Melo bobblehead conversion keeps Knicks off your Nuggets: Kenny Be's Worst-Case Scenario

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When Carmelo Anthony is traded to the New York Knicks, your Carmelo Anthony bobblehead will be left behind -- to cheer for the home team! Each Carmelo Anthony Bobblehead Conversion Kit® comes with a replacement head, relevant paraphernalia and decals to turn a traitor trader back into a local sports hero... Kit #1 (below, left) Instructions: Replace Carmelo Anthony head with Maxie the Miner head. Place Nuggets team logo decal over Melo's number. Remove the basketball and glue gold nugget and miner's pick to hands to convert Carmelo into the beloved vintage team mascot. Now, you can show your allegiance to the Denver Nuggets organization, and not the self-absorbed individual players. Kit #2 (above, right) Instructions: Replace the Carmelo Anthony head with the Rocky the mountain lion mascot head. Place Nuggets team logos over Melo's player number and arm tattoos. Remove the basketball and glue the small Carmelo head to Rocky's paw to show your support for the rascally spirit of the team mascot. Below, conversion kits for new players made in the Melo trade... Kit #3 (below, left) Instructions: Replace Carmelo Anthony head with three-in-one head that features Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler and Landry Fields -- the most promising players that could be traded to Denver to replace the Knicks'd Nugget. Kit #4 (above, right) Instructions: Screw the Nuggets! Replace the Carmelo Anthony head with the head of Peter Forsberg. Stick Avalanche decals over Melo's player number and arm tats. Remove baskeball, replace with hockey stick and jump back on the Avalanche bandwagon -- again!

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