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Carmelo Anthony Open to Waiving No-Trade Clause for Cavs or Rockets

03 Juillet 2017

Carmelo Anthony is willing to waive his no-trade clause for either the Rockets or Cavaliers, according to ESPN.

Citing sources, Wojnarowski reported that Anthony would prefer a deal to play alongside his long-time friend LeBron James with the Cavs, but that the Rockets have been "proactive" in exploring options after recently trading for All-Star point guard Chris Paul. If Anthony is looking for his first ring in either Houston or Cleveland, he could reject a trade that would send too many assets back to NY and lessen his chances of winning at his next destination. Jackson and Anthony never got along and the former Knicks' president was constantly trying to get Anthony to waive his no-trade clause. Carmelo has a full no-trade clause in his contract and has said he does not want to be far from his 10-year-old son, who lives in NY with Anthony's wife La La.

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In discussions with Houston, sources indicated that the Knicks have been reluctant to consider taking on forward Ryan Anderson, who is owed $61.3 million over the next three years.

Anthony has two years and $54 million remaining on his current deal and a trade kicker that could pay him an added $8.1 million if a deal is reached. Given that Anthony largely controls the process, it will be hard for NY to demand significant assets in any trade.

Carmelo Anthony Open to Waiving No-Trade Clause for Cavs or Rockets