Allen Iverson thinks Carmelo Anthony merits another opportunity to play in the NBA. Anthony showed up in only 10 recreations for the Rockets this season before he was exchanged to the Bulls this week. Be that as it may, Chicago does not plan to play the 34-year-old forward, either, as it will either postpone or give him before the exchange due date. Iverson — a 2016 Naismith Ball Corridor of Acclaim inductee — said Tuesday on Instagram regardless he trusts Anthony can be a supporter. "With all due regard, he can just improve your group," Iverson subtitled a photograph of Anthony. View this post on Instagram With all due regard, he can just improve your group!!! #CarmeloAnthony #HallOfFame A post shared by Allen Iverson (@theofficialai3) on Jan 22, 2019 at 4:26pm PST Anthony found the middle value of 13.4 focuses and 5.4 bounce back amid his time with the Rockets. The Lakers allegedly could be keen on including him in the event that he clears waivers and they have an open list spot. The 10-time Top pick went through last season with the Roar before he was exchanged to the Falcons in mid-July in return for a bundle based on Dennis Schroder. He was purchased out by Atlanta, at that point marked with the Rockets. Peruse This present Rockets' James Solidify on Carmelo Anthony exchange: 'It sort of sucks that it didn't work out' Alexis Mansanarez Iverson, who last showed up in a NBA amusement in 2010, found the middle value of 26.7 focuses per diversion more than 14 seasons with the 76ers, Chunks, Cylinders and Grizzlies. He made 11 Top pick groups and won the 2000-01 MVP. Iverson and Anthony were colleagues in Denver from 2006-08.