Carmelo Anthony could go to either the Houston Rockets or Miami Heat

Carmelo Anthony could go to either the Houston Rockets or Miami Heat

Carmelo Anthony could go to either the Houston Rockets or Miami Heat

The deal is for one year, $4.3 million.

Free agent forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute has signed a one-year deal to play with the Los Angeles Clippers.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, Carmelo Anthony has waived his no-trade clause and has begun meeting (with the Thunder's permission) with teams interested in acquiring his services this summer.

Wojnarowski reports that the Thunder could stretch Anthony's contract out within the next 7-10 days if a trade doesn't materialize.

Despite a poor year in Oklahoma City, during which the four-time Olympic gold medallist nearly became unplayable during the Thunder's miserable first-round playoff loss to the Utah Jazz, there are no shortage of teams reportedly interested in acquiring him. They already signed Chris Paul to a $160 million contract this offseason.

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It's an era of NBA basketball in which contending teams often build a "Big Three" to help them win titles and adding Anthony to the mix in Houston would give the Rockets just that.

But Houston, the Lakers and Miami are all said to be keen on signing Anthony if, as expected, he comes a free agent.

Anthony, who turned 34 last month, is coming off a season in which he averaged a career-low 16.2 points and shot a career-worst 40.4 percent from the field. The Rockets need Capela if they want to remain an elite contender in the West.

Bradley appeared in six games with the Clippers after arriving in the Blake Griffin trade last season, averaging 9.2 points before having season-ending surgery to fix a sports hernia.

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