According to the report, rather than creating his 14th signature sneaker with Jordan Brand, Carmelo will instead be rocking various Air Jordans in the upcoming season such as the Air Jordan 32, special player exclusives of retro models, and "possibly even a remixed version of his very first signature model".
When asked about the rumor, Anthony said he "just signed an extension" with the shoe company and doesn't buy into any false news.
The company also told SBNation that no decisions have been made. Not to mention that he already produced 13 models of his sneakers, the fifth most in National Basketball Association history.
"Melo is a long-time and respected member of the Jordan family".
Anthony will also reportedly continue to have a large role with the brand after signing a new long-term deal in January.
Nike, who operates Jordan Brand, is yet to confirm or deny the news about the future of Melo's line. "Though he has continued wearing the M13 during Thunder preseason games, it's expected that Anthony will wear a combination of shoes from the brand this upcoming year, such as the Air Jordan XXXII, custom editions of retro models, and possibly even a remixed version of his very first signature model".
Westbrook had previously signed a five-year deal with Jordan in 2013.