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How Will Carmelo’s Transfer Affect “Houston”? 0

Posted on September 24, 2018 by Emily Kalvin

Carmelo Anthony will join the “Houston” squad soon. Before that, the player has had a reputation of being a star and now is playing for “Atlanta”. However, the club intends to expel Carmelo and even pay him a fee in advance. Then, the player will pass into the withdrawal domain where he can sign a contract with “Houston”. With it, the club offers him a minimum wage, 2.4 million dollars.

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In the last season, team fans were very nervous about “Rockets” having some problems at the tournament. However, they’ll seem to be a trifle after the transfer of Carmelo.

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New Challenges for the Team

After the transfer of Carmelo, the level of playing will be impacted by the following factors:

1.      The last season was quite successful for “Houston”. D’Antoni has especially shown himself from the best side and achieved good results. To understand the problem, remember what happened to “Knicks”. So, the club signed a contract with D’Antoni but broke it because of Carmelo who made it choose between him and the new player. Obviously, these men’s relationship will be quite complex.

2.      Another problem is how to find some space for Anthony among the famous “Rockets” Five. Carmelo isn’t going to show the game and leave the bench and wants to be a first-stringer. Read the rest of this entry →

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