Carmelo Anthony is unwilling to join LeBron James

Rufina Vignone
Agosto 2, 2017

The conversation on Carmelo Anthony will continue to swirl until he find a new home.

According to a new report from the New York Post, it's Rockets or nothing for the former Orange superstar. According to reports, Anthony will only waive his no-trade clause if he plays with the Rockets.

For both teams, the only way for Anthony to be with the Cavs might probably be for Irving to join the Knicks. Not even Cleveland, which is in turmoil, is good enough for Anthony as the Cavaliers are dealing with Kyrie Irving's trade demand.

The recent turn of events, however, made the 10-time All-Star pause on a decision, with Anthony now considering waiving his no-trade clause only for Houston.

Anderson signed a four-year, $80 million deal with Houston last summer and flourished in Houston's offense under Mike D'Antoni, though the forward likely wouldn't mesh well with Knicks star Kristaps Porzingis.

The 33-year-old forward had been reported to be interested in joining the Rockets and the Cleveland Cavaliers as possible routes come the next National Basketball Association season, but his interest to join LeBron James seemed to dwindle down following the news of Kyrie Irving's trade request drama.

At the time, a trade for Irving seemed unlikely as any trade would nearly have to include Anthony and he's been focused on making Houston his primary option. Should the Cavaliers trade Irving, the landscape in the Eastern Conference could change.

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