Carmelo Anthony conceded that the New York Knicks may look to trade him again this offseason.

Anthony has a full no-trade clause and the Knicks have yet to formally approach him about waiving it. But Anthony said there was a point before the deadline where he seriously considered waiving it.

"There was a point in time when I didn't think I would be back here," he said.

Anthony will meet with Phil Jackson, Steve Mills and Jeff Hornacek on Thursday.

Anthony said he would "love" to remain in New York but wants to make sure the club is committed to winning next season. 

"If everybody's committed to [winning], I'm committed to that too," Anthony said. "I want to win, and hopefully everybody else has that same type of mindset."

Anthony said he's not sure if Wednesday's game could be his last with the Knicks.

"To be honest with you, I don't know. I'll know more in the upcoming weeks or so," Anthony said. "I'm pretty sure the organization has an idea, a thought of what they want to do, how they want to do it. But at this point, it's all on me."