Carmelo Anthony officially signed with the Houston Rockets and is hoping to return back to All-Star form after having a tough year with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The contract is for 1-year 2.4 million, Anthony traveled to Houston to finish is physical before signing the contract.
— Daryl Morey (@dmorey) August 13, 2018
Anthony also received his remaining $25.4 million from his original contract that was bought out by the Atlanta Hawks.
With this move Anthony is looking to compete for a starting role joining Chris Paul and James Harden. Carmelo Anthony had to waive his no-trade clause to authorize the deal that moved him to Atlanta in a three team deal that involved the 76ers.
The 10 time all-star forward, averaged 16.2 points for the thunder last year and his career average is 24.1 ppg.