Updates on Carmelo Anthony trade talks have continued this week, with reports suggesting that the New York Knicks and the Houston Rockets are engaged in discussions for a possible transfer. It was previously revealed that the 14-year veteran will only accommodate trade talks from the James Harden-led team. Will a transfer finally push through?

Shortly after the 2016-17 NBA Season ended, reports about Anthony leaving New York have taken over the news. Many believe that after a lackluster stint with the Knicks, Melo is hoping to finally make it past the second round of Playoffs and maybe get a ring in the process.

The last time Carmelo Anthony played in the postseason was in 2013 when the Knicks lost to the Indiana Pacers in the second round.

Carmelo Anthony trade talks start again

According to recent reports, the Knicks have re-engaged in transfer talks with the Rockets again. ESPN reveals that Anthony only wants to play for a Championship contending team like the Rockets. With James Harden helming Houston, the team finished last season 3rd in the Western Conference and went on to lose in the second round of playoffs against the San Antonio Spurs. In an attempt to reinforce its roster, the team signed All Star point guard Chris Paul giving it the much-needed boost to possibly win the Larry O'Brien this year.

With this improvement over the summer, experts confirm that Anthony is only open to waiving his no-trade clause for the Rockets. So far, the team is looking for another team to make the deal more plausible.

"A real scenario exists in which the Rockets and Anthony remain patient that a deal could have to wait until the regular season is underway," ESPN notes.

Portland Trailblazers want Melo

While Houston is leading the pack, the Portland Trail Blazers are making an impression too. So far, Blazers' top guys Damian Lillard and CJ McCollum have continually recruited Anthony to join their squad. CJ was even seen working out with the Syracuse standout recently.

New reports have also revealed that Blazer forward Moe Harkless has been added to the NBA trade deal with Anthony.

While the 15th overall pick in 2012 would fit perfectly in the Knicks roster which is aiming for more youthful players, he says he doesn't bother himself with these thoughts yet.

“It doesn’t do anything for me to get involved with that.If it happens, it happens," Harkless told New York Daily News.

Should Carmelo Anthony decide to join either Houston or Portland, it will still shake up the dynamics of the NBA, making yet another potential superteam and super trio.