Anthony, a ten-time NBA All-Star, left the Rockets earlier in November after failing to settle.
The star was released by the Rockets after just ten games after failing to make an impact.
The Rockets are now 9-10 after a dreadful start to the NBA season.
And after the opening ten games, the veteran was let go by the team, but not placed on the waiver list.
He was told, however, that he would not be in the Rockets’ plans going forward.
ESPN pundit Adrian Wojnarowski explained, however, that Anthony would be back in a team before too long, as he is too good to be wasted.
Speaking on his ‘The Woj Pod’ podcast, he said that another NBA team will trade for him or make a contract offer.
“Part of the reason Houston is holding on to Carmelo Anthony right now is financial,” he claimed.
“Carmelo is going to be back in the league this year, I have no doubt.
“I think there will be a job for him.
“How significant of a role? That remains to be seen.”
Since Anthony left the Rockets, speculation has been rife about his future.
The Los Angeles Lakers, Miami Heat, Portland Trail Blazers and Philadelphia 76ers are all potential destinations.
“I do think it’s gotta be the right team for him. It’s gotta be a place that makes sense,” Wojnarowski explained.
“Somebody else can’t pull the plug a few games in and say, this isn’t working.
“I don’t think he wants that to be his existence in the league now.
“But I do think there’s a team for him.”