Carmelo Anthony is moving on from the New York Knicks. The 10-time All-Star forward has been traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder for center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round pick (via the Chicago Bulls), according to league sources.
Anthony, 33, will waive his no-trade clause and his $8.1 million trade kicker to accommodate the deal, league sources told ESPN.
A trade call is scheduled for Monday to finalize the deal with the league office, sources said. Anthony is planning to arrive on Monday afternoon in Oklahoma City to take a physical and be available to practice Tuesday at the opening of the Thunder's training camp, according to league sources.
Anthony would only waive his no-trade clause for the Thunder, Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavaliers, league sources said. His no-trade clause will go with him to Oklahoma City.