Rockets offered Clint Capela $85 million



But the Thunder traditionally doesn't like to part with assets for nothing, thus making a trade the first priority in a mutual split between Anthony and the team.

Despite a poor year in Oklahoma City, during which the four-time Olympic gold medallist nearly became unplayable during the Thunder's miserable first-round playoff loss to the Utah Jazz, there are no shortage of teams reportedly interested in acquiring him.

According to's Tim MacMahon, Capela is seeking a four-year contract worth about $100 million. The team has little wiggle room with the salary cap, especially after keeping Paul with a new contract.

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The Thunder may be OK with paying a massive tax bill, so long as OKC gets players back that fit how it wants to play, or receives assets (draft picks, young players) that it can parlay into another player of value. As their roster now sits, the Thunder would owe approximately $310 million in salary and luxury tax next season which would be a record.

More than a week since free agency started, the Houston Rockets' Clint Capela is still on the market.

The team can either trade him, or put him on waivers and stretch out his contract. He signed a 10-day contract with Houston on December 28 and remained on the roster for the remainder of the season. He's averaged 24.1 points over 15 National Basketball Association seasons, but winning in the postseason has been one thing Anthony has always struggled to do. Losing Mbah A Moute and small forward Trevor Ariza, who agreed to a deal with the Phoenix Suns, opens up a spot for Anthony if a deal can be made.

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