Anthony's reps looking for new team

Paola Ditto
Novembre 14, 2018

Anthony's representatives have begun reaching out to National Basketball Association front offices to gauge potential landing spots, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Carmelo Anthony and the Rockets haven't broken up yet, but the player is already looking for a couch to crash on. Anthony has reportedly been told his short tenure with the Rockets has come to an end. If Anthony is waived and nobody claims him, he could wait and see how teams progress and develop through the season and then try to join a squad instead of immediately going to a new team. He's struggled for the most part with both the Oklahoma City Thunder a year ago and has been hit-or-miss this season with the Rockets. Over four games in the month of November, though, he's made 45.7 percent from the field and that includes a 1-11 shooting performance in the last game he played. However, removing an score-first 34-year-old who isn't even scoring represents a pretty straightforward move for an ailing team.

But whether it be Miami, Philadelphia or another team, Anthony's next pit stop could be coming sooner rather than later.

Several general managers and their coaches tell ESPN that they have been discussing whether adding Anthony could be helpful to them, or if there is a way to make that work with current roster structures. Along with Anthony, front-office officials across the league are also shocked by how quickly Houston is trying to cut ties with the future Hall of Famer.

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