Lakers’ Free Agent Carmelo Anthony Still Taking The Young Boys To School During Black Ops Runs [Watch]

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Carmelo Anthony is currently still a free agent entering his 19 and half season in the NBA. Last season, he spent the season with Los Angeles Lakers averaging 13.3 points, 4.2 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game in 69 games played.

Many believe he will eventually returned to the Lakers, but according to Heavy’s Steve Bulpett Anthony could find his way to Brooklyn or Golden State.

“The possibility is there for that because Anthony, maybe he can contribute but his [salary] number would not be very big. If you’re Brooklyn, that is the positive,” Bulpett said.

“It would be a nice story, if he could win a ring there to end his career,” the GM said. “Golden State has the room for him. He can make shots and they can hide up his defense, which is one of the big problems with adding him. He’d take the minimum. They have a lot of young guys on that roster, they could do with another veteran and those guys all know Carmelo from Team USA. I do not know if they would really take that plunge on him, but it does make some sense.”

On Wednesday, Anthony was a part of the group of players at Chris Brickley’s Black Op runs. Where the future Hall of Famer was

Speaking of Carmelo Anthony, his former Lakers’ teammate Russell Westbrook was given a warning that he might end up like Anthony.

“With the firing of his agent, the final season of his contract, he has to be careful. We could possibly see Russell Westbrook going down the same path as Carmelo Anthony if he don’t buy into being or taking a lesser role,” Perkins shared, via ClutchPoints Twitter.

A couple of years ago, Anthony was traded to the Chicago Bulls after playing ten games with the Houston Rockets. He would finally get an opportunity to play for the Blazers for two seasons before signing with the Lakers this past season.

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Written by Landon Buford

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