Published: Tue, July 25, 2017
Sport | By Noel Norman

Thunder and Carmelo Anthony are 'circling each other'

Thunder and Carmelo Anthony are 'circling each other'

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Thunder vice president Troy Weaver was responsible for recruiting Anthony to Syracuse University, where he played his lone year of college before getting drafted in 2003.

This would certainly be a huge deal for the Thunder, as it could potentially put them in contention in the brutally tough Western Conference.

The Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers are two teams Anthony has reportedly been willing to be traded to. They might prefer a deal with a team like the Portland Trail Blazers, but it doesn't look like Anthony would accept a trade to the Pacific Northwest. Several reports indicate that Anthony has his sights set on joining Chris Paul and James Harden in a Houston Rockets uniform.

For the Thunder to acquire Anthony, a 10-time NBA All Star, they'd need to trade one of their players to free up salary cap space.

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There's a new team being mentioned as a possible landing spot for Carmelo Anthony.

In order for a trade to work, the Knicks would probably have to take back Enes Kanter. The Thunder don't have much to offer in exchange for Anthony.

There were reports that the Rockets still remained a top contender, but this week new rumors put the Oklahoma City among the teams in pursuit of Carmelo Anthony.

With the past changes in the team, Oklahoma City has all the potential to get a hold of Carmelo Anthony. However, it seems Melo might be so dead set on leaving NY that he'd be willing to waive the trade kicker. The Rockets were long considered the front-runner to land Anthony, but issues have popped up in those talks as the Knicks are trying not to bring in a contract like Ryan Anderson's in return for Anthony.

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