Carmelo Anthony's return to face Thunder was a total flop

Carmelo Anthony's return to face Thunder was a total flop

Russell Westbrook will sit out the Oklahoma City Thunder's game Thursday night against the Houston Rockets because of a sprained left ankle. Anthony shot a terrible 1-for-11 from the field, including 0-of-6 from 3-point range.

The Thunder blew out the Rockets, winning by a final score of 98-80 for their seventh-straight win.

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He did not attempt a free throw and did not record an assist.

As for the Cavs, they very almost got their second victory of the 2018-19 season on Monday night, but ill-advised play by the Cavs and a last-second shot by the Orlando Magic left Cleveland with just one game still in the win column. It's something that just happens sometimes, and in Oklahoma City, the hope that Anthony would turn into the revered "Olympic Melo", a hyper-efficient scorer who thrived being the third banana and getting open shots on a team where defenses had to focus on two other guys, didn't happen. He averaged 16.2 points and helped the Thunder reach the playoffs during his rocky tenure. Even with Westbrook on the bench, the Thunder will still have the most talented player in the game, with All-Star Paul George leading the charge.

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