Rockets Determined to Sign Carmelo Anthony

Rockets Determined to Sign Carmelo Anthony

Rockets Determined to Sign Carmelo Anthony

The deal is for one year, $4.3 million.

Though the Heat would be very open to a trade for Anthony, the Thunder is reportedly looking to shed salary, not add the type of longterm deals that the Heat has been shopping.

Anthony and the Thunder are working towards a buyout though he could also be traded and waived thereafter.

Mbah a Moute has been a defensive stalwart throughout his 10-year career, averaging almost a steal per game throughout his tenure in the league and eclipsing that mark three of the past four seasons.

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Mbah a Moute, who had a one-year deal worth $2.1 million last season, turns 32 in September.

He tweeted: "Carmelo Anthony's business manager, Bay Frazier, spent much of the first half of the Rockets-Warriors summer league game here in Vegas tonight sitting with a HOU contingent of Mike D'Antoni, Chris Paul, Tillman Fertitta and John Lucas II". ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski reported the signing Monday. Anthony is now in the twilight of his career, barely shooting 40 percent from the field with the Thunder past year and averaging a career low in points while putting in his usual effort, or lack thereof, on defense.

"We are very excited to bring Avery back to the Clippers", president of basketball operations Lawrence Frank said in a statement.

They've already lost two of their top eight scorers, including a starter in Ariza, so they can't be choosy over who they sign if they want to improve upon their team-record 65 victories last season. He's averaged 24.1 points over 15 National Basketball Association seasons, but winning in the postseason has been one thing Anthony has always struggled to do.

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