Anthony's representatives have begun reaching out to National Basketball Association front offices to gauge potential landing spots, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
These comments from Spears come just after Kyle Neubeck of the Philly Voice reported the Sixers do not have any interest in Anthony.
The speed at which the Rockets are terminating their relationship with Anthony, who has played only 10 games with the team, has reportedly caught the player and other front offices by surprise.
Carmelo Anthony is expected to leave the Houston Rockets and a number of teams have emerged as potential destinations should he either be traded, waived and claimed, or signed as a free agent. Anthony will remain away from the Rockets.
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In the last two years, Anthony has been tied to problems on both the Oklahoma City Thunder and now the Rockets.
It's been a day of conflicting reports when it comes to Carmelo Anthony, and quite a few of them have directly related to the Philadelphia 76ers. The Rockets are also off to a slow start with a 5-7 record, though the team started the year 1-5.
Houston's rapid pivot on a summer free-agent commitment to Anthony has left teams around the National Basketball Association searching for information and answers on how to proceed with his impending availability.
Wojnarowksi reports that Anthony is still eager to play and contribute to the Rockets, but barring a change in current direction, the team will waive him in the near future. Anthony spent his entire career as a ball-dominant scorer, but now that he's found himself on teams where he's no longer the best player, he's struggled to adjust to a new role as a third or even fourth scorer. Nevertheless, this is a hard time of year to get teams to make roster moves.
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