ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Has Bombshell Carmelo Anthony News

It Sure Sounds Like the Rockets Realize Signing Carmelo Anthony Was a Huge Mistake

ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski Has Bombshell Carmelo Anthony News

As the Houston Rockets continue to decide whether to keep Carmelo Anthony on the roster moving forward, the veteran small forward will not join the team when they head to Denver to take on the Nuggets on Tuesday, according to Tim MacMahon of ESPN.

"One of the reasons I'm here, besides its 10 games in, about, is I think there's just a lot of unfair, like, rumors and everything going around about him", Morey said of the speculation surrounding Anthony.

Last season was a bad one for Carmelo Anthony with the OKC Thunder, as the team got bounced out of the first round of the playoffs by the Utah Jazz.

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"But they're very rarely exposed, you don't get chances against them that much". 'I admire because of his fantastic qualities.

If he clears waivers, Anthony would be free to sign with any team that wants him, and you'd figure the National Basketball Association isn't out of such teams just yet. The 10-time All-Star is averaging 13.4 points on 40 percent shooting this season. "I understand it, because he's obviously a Hall of Famer, but it's unfair". A similar scenario played out in NY - which shipped Anthony to the Oklahoma City Thunder prior to last season. Clark has become a favorite of D'Antoni, earning the bulk of the minutes that were expected to go to Anthony. "He's a player. Defense, rebounding, right position, shoots the ball". I don't know what's being said or whatnot, but Melo's been great, working hard every day.

Rockets general manager Daryl Morey then met with reporters before the Rockets' win over the Indiana Pacers, and issued what seemed to be a denial of Stein's report.

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