Carmelo Anthony apologized to OKC for not winning title

The Houston Rockets forward published a farewell letter to the Oklahoma City Thunder on Tuesday in The Oklahoman, in which he thanked the community for their support and also revealed why he's remorseful over his one-season tenure on the team.

Houston Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni isn't anxious about a potential starting role for his new star signing, Carmelo Anthony, even less of whether he starts or comes off the bench.

Next Anthony will be trying to win a title with Chris Paul and James Harden.

Houston general manager Daryl Morey announced the signing and the Rockets posted a picture on social media of Anthony signing his contract.

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A forensics officers prepares to examine the scene near a vehicle that crashed into security barriers outside the Houses of Parli. It is believed the driver was alone and had no accomplices and police stated that there were no more threats against the public.

Anthony waived his no-trade clause last September to approve a trade to the Thunder, kicking off a rocky season that featured career-lows almost across the board for the 10-time All-Star. They lost to the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference finals last season.

The 6-foot-8 Anthony is a 10-time All-Star and has won three gold medals in the Olympics.

The 34-year-old was a free agent after scoring a career-low average of 16.2 points per game with Oklahoma City Thunder last season. He is USA Basketball's all-time leading scorer and rebounder.

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