With newly-acquired Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving reportedly "pushing" the Nets to take a look at Carmelo Anthony, the question remains: What would the 10-time All-Star think about continuing his NBA career in Brooklyn?
Thanks to a video posted by TMZ on Sunday, we may have an answer.
"That's family," Anthony said of Durant and Irving. "So, that's bigger than basketball. If something happens, something's gonna happen."
The Nets currently have the maximum of 15 contracts on the roster, but with Wilson Chandler suspended for the first 25 games of the upcoming season, the Nets could choose to waive him, paving the way for Anthony to join an already-loaded roster looking to make the leap to legitimate contenders.
Anthony, who turned 35 in May, played just 10 games for the Rockets in 2018-19. He averaged 16.2 points in 78 games with the Thunder in 2017-18, the first time in his NBA career he averaged fewer than 20 points per game.