Per SportsLine, the Rockets' playoff chances increase from 41.6 percent with Anthony, to 61.5 percent without him
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HOUSTON -- Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey denied a report Sunday that said Carmelo Anthony's time with the team will soon come to an end. Anthony, who was out for the second straight
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Despite Rockets GM Daryl Morey declaring Carmelo Anthony is the target of "unfair speculation," the franchise is strongly considering cutting ties with the 10-time All-Star, league sources say.
The Houston Rockets have reportedly told Carmelo Anthony that his time with the team will be ending soon.
Houston Rockets forward Carmelo Anthony (illness) has been listed as out for Sunday's game against the Indiana Pacers.
The Warriors will tip off against the Rockets on Thursday night in Houston. Whether or not Carmelo Anthony suits up is a very real question.
The Rockets and Carmelo Anthony are discussing his role with the team and how they might still be able to proceed together for the rest of the season, league sources told ESPN.
Anthony will miss his second straight game on Sunday with an illness