Multiple teams could show interest in Carmelo Anthony. Carmelo Anthony #7 of the Houston Rockets reacts to his offensive foul during a 124-115 win over the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center on October 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Harry How/Getty Images

Carmelo Anthony signing with the Houston Rockets was one of the bigger stories of the NBA offseason but the 10-time All-Star might already be on his way out. Rumors are swirling that Anthony will not be a Rocket much longer and NBA pundits have suggested a number of teams that could use his services.’s Steve Aschburner suggested the Indiana Pacers would be a good fit for the veteran forward.

The Pacers are off to a solid 8-6 start after nearly dethroning the Cleveland Cavaliers in the playoffs last year. But Indiana is ranked just 24th in scoring (105.7 points per game), so Anthony, who has averaged 13.4 points per game this season, could perhaps provide a scoring lift.

Aschburner also pointed to the San Antonio Spurs and Miami Heat as possible suitors for Anthony.

Marc J. Spears of ESPN also noted Miami’s potential interest in the former scoring champion, while pointing to the Philadelphia 76ers as a possible landing spot for Anthony. The Sixers recently acquired swingman Jimmy Bulter in a multiplayer trade with the Minnesota Timberwolves.

While many have speculated about Anthony uniting with longtime friend LeBron James on the Los Angeles Lakers, Spears said the Lakers are done signing free agents for the time being.

However, in the latest episode of “The Ringer NBA Show,” Kevin O’Connor said the Lakers could possibly be interested in Anthony. ESPN's Stephen A. Smith referenced the Lakers as a possible destination for Anthony but that Anthony did not return the Lakers' calls in the offseason.

O'Connor also listed the New Orleans Pelicans and Portland Trail Blazers as possible landing spots.

In his first season with the Rockets, Anthony has sat out multiple games with an “illness." ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski previously reported the Rockets might waive Anthony in the near future.