Bulls waive Carmelo Anthony, pave way for free agency

Bulls waive Carmelo Anthony, pave way for free agency

Bulls waive Carmelo Anthony, pave way for free agency

The Bulls traded Carmelo Anthony on Friday, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

The Bulls on Friday traded a protect second-round pick of the 2020 National Basketball Association draft to the Oklahoma City Thunder for Timothe Luwawu-Cabarrot and cash. As of now, the Los Angeles Lakers remain among his most likely suitors.

The 34-year-old former NBA All-Star forward is expected to clear waivers and gain a better sense of where he might play next after Thursday's NBA trade deadline.

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The Rockets traded Anthony along with the rights to Jon Diebler and cash considerations to the Bulls in exchange for the rights to Tadija Dragicevic.

Carmelo Anthony is a free agent again.

Anthony boasts career averages of 24.0 points and 6.5 rebounds a game but has struggled to find a role on contending teams. The Bulls had acquired Anthony on January 22 from the Rockets in a trade that similarly provided Houston luxury tax relief. The Rockets signed Anthony to a one-year deal after he was bought out by the Atlanta Hawks following a three-team trade with the Thunder during the offseason. While Anthony was technically on the team's roster the past week, he did not appear in any games for the Bulls. Last season, Melo scored 16.2 points per game in 78 games played for the Thunder, but also shot badly: 40.4% FG.

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