Carmelo Anthony To Receive Interest From Lakers, Rockets, Heat


Luc Mbah a Moute, who averaged almost 20 minutes per game over two seasons with the Clippers before heading to the Houston Rockets, has reportedly agreed to a one-year, $4.3 million deal to return to Los Angeles.

The departure appears to be the another domino to fall in the Rockets' impending pursuit of Carmelo Anthony, who is expected to receive a buyout of his contract with the Oklahoma City Thunder.

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After failing to secure a trade for Anthony last summer, the Rockets will have the opportunity to sign Melo again.

Anthony is now a member of the Oklahoma City Thunder, but the two sides are reportedly working on parting ways, whether through a trade, a buyout or waiving via the stretch provision.

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Executives are reportedly working on a solution that could see the team freed of Anthony's costly expiring contract, looking to offload the deal to a rival that would likely see Anthony waived to enter free agency. After the loss of Trevor Ariza to the Phoenix Suns earlier this summer, the Rockets will face a major challenge replacing last season's defensive versatility at the forward position. The Miami Heat are also reportedly interested in adding Anthony. The 31-year-old forward played in 61 regular season games, averaging 7.5 points and at least one steal a game.

Mbah a Moute spent the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons with the Clippers before joining the Rockets last season.

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