BREAKING NEWS: Carmelo Anthony wants out of Denver. Wait, what? We’ve known this since last fall? Oh. Shortly after the free agency bonanza of 2010 began in early July, it was widely reported that Anthony was likely to sign a three-year contract extension worth about $65 million with the Denver Nuggets.
The Houston Rockets have been thinking about a trade since the season started, and finally, they saw two they couldn’t pass up. keep reading →
With the trade deadline less than two months away, trade speculation surrounding Denver‘s Carmelo Anthony is beginning to heat up.
According to Jonathan Feign of Chron.com, Houston Rockets star center Yao Ming will likely be lost for the 2010-11 season with yet another injury to his left ankle. Ming reportedly has a fracture in his ankle, and is expected to be shut down for the rest of the season.
According to AOL Fanhouse, the Houston Rockets are interested in reacquiring forward Carl Landry, whom the Rockets traded to Sacramento at last year’s trade deadline in the package that brought Kevin Martin to Houston.
According to reports on ESPN.com, the New Orleans Hornets have acquired Houston Rockets forward Trevor Ariza in a four-team, five-player trade that also sends New Orleans point guard Darren Collison to the Indiana Pacers.
After a report that Tracy McGrady was going to the Kings surfaced, we’ve learned that the trade is actually a three-team deal, with McGrady going to the Knicks.
According to SI.com, the Houston Rockets and Sacramento Kings have agreed to a trade that will send Tracy McGrady, Carl Landry, and Joey Dorsey to Sacramento in exchange for Kevin Martin, Hilton Armstrong, Sergio Rodriguez, and Kenny Thomas.