LaLa Anthony on Think Like A Man Too, Carmelo's possible move

LaLa Anthony on Think Like A Man Too, Carmelo's possible move

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LaLa Anthony on appeared on Good Day NY, June, 18, 2014. (MyFoxNY) LaLa Anthony on appeared on Good Day NY, June, 18, 2014. (MyFoxNY)
NEW YORK (MYFOXNY) -

Brooklyn native LaLa Anthony loves living in the big city, but her husband's work could bring their family somewhere other than New York.

NY Knick Carmelo Anthony, who recently turned 30, may not be returning to the team if he decides to opt out of his contract and become a free agent.

Unconfirmed reports indicate he'll join the 2014 free-agent class.

But LaLa Anthony isn't saying much about her husband's future outside of NYC.

“I’m going with the flow. I want my husband to be happy. He loves being in New York City. We’ll see what happens; whichever way it goes I’m by his side and I’m here for him,” said Anthony.

The TV host and actress has been making the rounds promoting her latest starring role in the new movie, 'Think Like A Man Too.'

“This one is bigger, better and funnier. We filmed this one in Vegas for six weeks. Can you imagine all 12 of us in Vegas with Kevin Heart leading the way?There is a battle of the sexes. Who can do Vegas bigger and better. The girls are trying to outdo the guys," said Anthony.

Along with comedian Heart, the star-studded cast includes Adam Brody, Michael Ealy, Jerry Ferara, Meagan Good, Regina Hall, Taraji P. Henson, and Gabrielle Union.

'Think Like A Man Too' opens Friday.

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