If LeBron does end up leaving the Cavaliers next season, he’s going to go a place with a great situation and that place is in Houston.
By Joshua Reese Summer league standout Troy Williams has agreed to a three-year contract to return back the Houston Rockets.…
When you think about what makes a great owner, honestly, it’s pretty much the example Alexander set over the past couple of decades; do whatever it takes to win, and Fertitta seems to have that same gene.
Former Rockets center Tarik Black and forward Luc Mbah A Moute, who played with Chris Paul the last two seasons, have both agreed to one-year deals to play in Houston.
With Anthony waving his no-trade clause to join the Cleveland Cavaliers or the Rockets, his goal is clear, he wants to go to the finals and his best chance is by leaving the Knicks.
This four-team trade will likely be much harder than anything else he’s had to do as a G.M.
Next season what the team needs is more sharpshooters and someone who can lead the second unit be it Williams or someone else, that’s what will take the Rockets to the next level, not George or Paul.
This season the Rockets had Ryan Anderson and that was pretty much it in terms of power forwards or small ball centers.
One of the most lauded deals of the trade deadline was Daryl Morey stealing Lou Williams away from the bumbling…