Jalen Rose Doesn't Think Carmelo Anthony is Coming Back To The NBA

The previous few years have been fairly tumultuous for Carmelo Anthony. The NBA star has bounced from crew to crew and lately parted methods with the Houston Rockets. Since the Rockets, Anthony has not been capable of finding his approach onto an NBA roster, though some suppose he might hyperlink up with the Los Angeles Lakers to play with LeBron James.

In an interview with TMZ, former NBA participant and present commentator Jalen Rose mentioned Melo will almost certainly not play within the NBA once more, except a crew is determined to exchange an injured participant.

“He can nonetheless contribute. It’s simply … discovering the precise alternative is hard as a result of except there is a main harm, a contender crew in all probability would not add him. And then, a lottery crew might be trying to ‘Stop tryin’ for Zion,’ in order that they’re tanking in rather a lot methods,” Rose instructed TMZ. “Maybe an harm occurs and he will get again within the league.”

Rose continued by saying that Melo will simply make the corridor fame and undoubtedly deserves it. He additionally feels as if Anthony deserves higher than having his profession finish after only a ten sport marketing campaign with the Rockets.

If Melo does get again within the league, who do you suppose he’ll play for.

ESPN’s Jalen Rose, Molly Qerim Secretly Married: Report

Former NBA star Jalen Rose and fellow ESPN host Molly Qerim reportedly said their I dos earlier this month in a private ceremony.

According to Page Six, Rose and Qerim secretly married in the New York City area and then hopped on a flight to Turks and Caicos for their honeymoon. The newlyweds then posted a photo Qerim in what appears to be a wedding dress on their respective instagram accounts, confirming the rumors.

Rose, who played 16 seasons in the NBA, currently co-hosts a handful ESPN shows including morning show “Get Up” and ESPN radio program “Jalen & Jacoby.” Additionally, Rose serves as an analyst on ESPN’s NBA Countdown show. Qerim hosts “First Take,” along with Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman.