Published: Mon, November 12, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Rockets, Anthony discussing future

Rockets, Anthony discussing future

Earlier today Marc Stein of the New York Times reported that the Rockets and Carmelo could soon part ways, while Rockets GM Daryl Morey described the reports and speculation surrounding Anthony as "unfair".

Rockets forward Carmelo Anthony has struggled during his first month with the team.

But Tim MacMahon of ESPN reported after Sunday's game that the Rockets indeed have chose to part ways with Anthony.

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The 20-year-old had a hard debut in the Premier League last weekend as he conceded two penalties in Spurs' 3-2 win over Wolves. A number of home games have been switched to Wembley, which was also Tottenham's temporary home last season.

Asked if he expected Anthony to help get the 5-7 Rockets going in the right direction, Paul said, "Man, Melo's a future Hall of Famer, know what I mean?"

The Rockets are Anthony's fourth team.

In news that no one could have possibly seen coming, it appears Carmelo Anthony and the Houston Rockets might be re-evaluating their relationship after a slow start to the season for both parties.

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After the Atlanta Hawks (via a trade with Oklahoma City) bought out Carmelo Anthony's contract this summer, the 10-time All-Star signed on with the Houston Rockets in hopes of making a championship run.

Anthony's tenure with the Rockets is expected to end after he played in only 10 games, averaging 13.4 points and 5.4 rebounds while shooting 40.5 percent from the floor.

D'Antoni added that he's been happy with Anthony's play this season.

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The Rockets likely weren't expecting much when they signed Anthony to a veteran's minimum $2.4 million deal this offseason, but he hasn't even been very effective as a bench player.

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