Update: August 10, 2017
Per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN, the Houston Rockets and New York Knicks re-engage in trade talks around Carmelo Anthony. The All-Star Foward has a no trade-clause and is rumored to waive that clause should he be headed to join Chris Paul and James Harden in Houston. The original talks were placed on hold earlier in July as the Knicks focused on hiring their new GM Scott Perry
The Rockets are reportedly looking to include a third team in order to help facilitate a trade.
Update: July 13th, 2017
According to sources, the New York Knicks are contemplating holding on Carmelo Anthony. The report comes on the brink of the Knicks reportedly also hiring a General Manager. Scott Perry from the Sacremento Kings is rumored to be appointed the GM of the Knicks in the coming days.
Steve Mills will also be promoted to President for an internal move within the organization. With the new executive hirings, the Knicks may reconsider trading away their All-Star Foward.
In the past few days, it has been rumored that the Houston Rockets have engaged in serious talks to pry Anthony away from the Knicks. The Rockets are hoping to add Anthony in hopes of pairing him with James Harden and Chris Paul to compete against the Western Conference foes, Golden State Warriors.
It is likely that the executive hirings have stalled the trade talks for now and the new faces may want to reintroduce keeping Carmelo in New York.
Source: Ramona Shelburne of ESPN