The Trailblazers reportedly want to get in on the Anthony action.
The Cavs and the Rockets are, reportedly, the two NBA teams that Carmelo Anthony will waive his no-trade clause for.
At least one other team has interest in trading for him, though.
Portland is reportedly interested in making a move for Anthony, though the Trailblazers would have to convince him to waive his no-trade clause.
ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported the news first.
Portland believes the addition of a player such as Anthony would furnish it with talent and depth comparable to those of the top Western Conference contenders, except for the Golden State Warriors, league sources said. Because of that, the Blazers have little, if any, inclination to facilitate an Anthony deal that would land him with a Western Conference rival such as Houston, league sources said.
A Damian Lillard-C.J. McCollum-Carmelo Anthony trio would be one heck of an offensive threat.