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    Christian Wood Agrees To Three-Year, $41M Deal With Rockets

    Christian Wood has agreed to a three-year, $41 million deal with the Houston Rockets. The deal is expected to be consummated via sign-and-trade. A previous report indicated Wood was close to a three-year, $27 million deal with the Rockets. Wood averaged 13.1 points and 6.3 rebounds in 21.4 minutes per game in a breakout season […] More

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    Sean Marks Unwilling To Mortgage Future To Add Third Star

    Sean Marks held a press conference on Friday and said the Brooklyn Nets are balancing maximizing the present while also building a sustainable team. The Nets have been linked with a possible trade for James Harden, which both Harden and Kevin Durant are believed to be pushing for. Brooklyn has previously been linked with a […] More

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    Rockets Hope To Buy Pick In Wednesday’s Draft

    The Houston Rockets hope to buy a pick in Wednesday’s draft, according to sources. The pick could fall either late in the first round or early in the second round. The Rockets traded their first round pick this year as part of the Robert Covington deal. Houston recouped a first rounder this year in flipping […] More

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    Rockets Finding Russell Westbrook’s Trade Market ‘Relatively Barren’

    The Houston Rockets have been actively exploring the trade market for Russell Westbrook, but sources tell ESPN that his “marketplace is proving relatively barren.” Westbrook has three years and $131.5 million left on his contract. Westbrook was a third team All-NBA selection this past season, successfully adapting his game during the regular season to playing with […] More

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    P.J. Tucker Irate Over Contract Situation With Rockets All Season Long

    P.J. Tucker has been irate over his contract situation with the Houston Rockets all season long, sources tell The Athletic. Tucker signed for approximately $8 million per season back in 2017 and he believes his play is worth of a raise. Tucker felt insulted by Houston’s decision to delay extension discussions and wait until after the Feb. […] More

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    Rockets Unlikely To Find Much Interest In Russell Westbrook Trade

    The Houston Rockets are believed to have a limited trade market for Russell Westbrook. Westbrook either wants to be traded or significant changes to the way the Rockets operate. “I’ve got bad news for him on both of those fronts,” said Brian Windhorst on Sports Center. “New coach Stephen Silas has said he does not […] More

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    Eric Gordon, Danuel House, Austin Rivers Reportedly Express Frustration With Roles

    Eric Gordon, Danuel House, and Austin Rivers were among Houston Rockets players who expressed frustration with their roles throughout last season, sources told Kelly Iko, Sam Amick, and Shams Charania of The Athletic. Gordon was reportedly not pleased with how his role on the team had diminished since the 2016-17 season. House’s frustration with his usage on […] More

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    Rockets Interested In Serge Ibaka, Nerlens Noel

    The Houston Rockets have interest in signing Serge Ibaka in free agency, according to Tim MacMahon on the Brian Windhorst podcast.  Ibaka would give the Rockets a rim protector who could also maintain their space on offense. Ibaka was a teammate of James Harden and Russell Westbrook with the Oklahoma City Thunder. Ibaka could be […] More

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    James Harden, Russell Westbrook Concerned About Future Of Rockets

    James Harden and Russell Westbrook have each expressed concerns about the future of the Houston Rockets. Mike D’Antoni and Daryl Morey departed the Rockets this offseason. Although neither has requested a trade at this point, that scenario has become a plausible eventual possibility. Harden remains engaged in discussions with the Houston front office about potential […] More

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    76ers Interested In Trading For James Harden

    The Philadelphia 76ers are expected to be interested in pursuing a trade for James Harden, “as will other teams” reports Shams Charania during a segment on Stadium. “As of right now, it’s an emphatic no from the Rockets’ side,” said Charania. “It’s really a non-starter for that organization.” Harden can become a free agent after […] More

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