Published: Sun, November 18, 2018
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Rockets set to axe 10-time NBA All-Star

Rockets set to axe 10-time NBA All-Star

Morey called that report "inaccurate" and said he thought Anthony had come in for "unfair" criticism amid the Rockets' early season struggles.

It's no secret the Warriors rely on Stephen Curry to lead the team on the court, but Golden State players and coach Steve Kerr revealed Friday the team also relies on him to keep peace within the team.

Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni stated that Anthony "wasn't fitting" into Houston's offensive scheme.

Following Houston's announcement of plans to "cut ties" with Anthony, ESPN Sports Business reporter Darren Rovell revealed the amounts Anthony has earned at his most recent National Basketball Association stops.

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Anthony was traded from the Oklahoma City Thunder to the Atlanta Hawks in July before the Hawks released him to clear the way for him to sign with the Rockets.

Anthony's game has degraded significantly from his peak as a 10-time All-Star and one of the best scorers in the league. Like I said, the way we responded and moved forward, can be nothing more than proud of how we handled it.

Warriors owner Joe Lacob said that Golden State is "not choosing anybody over anybody" in the wake of a recent tiff between star forwards Kevin Durant and Draymond Green during an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle's Al Saracevic.

When asked what was different about Anthony's role than what originally was envisioned, D'Antoni said: "We just had to see how things worked out". It was good. He tried everything he could to make it work and it just didn't work out'. He is the engine that makes the team go and they aren't the same without him. Up until this season, the 34-year-old had never averaged fewer than 32.1 minutes and even still saw 29.4 minutes over his 10 games with the Rockets. "The last two years of my college career, I pretty much played in pain, so for me to have a little hip bruise, it wasn't going to stop me". I understand exactly what the culture is that we've created here and I'm not going to let that fall from one incident. Luka's a great dude, and I think he's going to be a really good player. "We tried a bunch to get him in the past, but of course nobody blamed him for playing for Team USA".

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