It appears Carmelo Anthony is still having no luck when it comes to finding a new home.
In fact, home isn't even interested in Anthony, as Marc Stein of the New York Times pointed out in his most recent newsletter.
Anthony spent his formative years in Baltimore, making the Washington Wizards the closest thing to his hometown team.
But like so many others, it appears the Wizards aren't interested in Anthony, either.
"The Wizards maintain they have no plans to pursue Anthony despite being mentioned last week as a potential destination for the former All-Star who grew up largely in Baltimore, Md.," Stein wrote.
Anthony is still officially a member of the Houston Rockets -- though the 10-time All-Star hasn't actually suited up or been an actual part of things in more than a month.
"The Rockets’ preference, of course, remains shipping Anthony and his veteran minimum contract out via trade rather than waiving him outright, since the former would save some luxury-tax dollars," Stein wrote. "That is especially true after Monday’s signing of Austin Rivers added a little more to Houston’s payroll. Only 45 shopping days remain until the Feb. 7 trade deadline."
Anthony's season came to its current long pause after just 10 games with the Rockets. He averaged 13.4 points during that stretch.
"If the Rockets can’t find a workable Anthony trade, he’d have to secure his formal release from Houston by March 1 to be playoff-eligible for another team," Stein wrote.