Houston puts the entire team on the market ... except Harden

According to Wojnarowski (ESPN), the general manager, Daryl Morey, has been put to work (and aggressively) to improve the template.


The end of the cycle in Houston Rockets seems to knock on the door after the second consecutive elimination against Golden State Warriors in the playoffs when everything painted in his favor: last year he left to overcome a 3-2 and in this they could not overcome an opponent physically burdened and without Durant. A sin that broke the relationship between Chris Paul and James Harden after falling in the sixth meeting against the Bay by the too individualistic style of the Texans (with the Beard with the main culprit) and that has provoked a radical reaction in The franchise dispatches.

According to Adrian Wojnarowski (ESPN), Daryl Morey is showing an "aggressive desire to improve the squad with all players and all draft picks" on the table for any negotiation. A scenario, which according to the journalist, in which it is quite difficult to see Harden, but not Chris Paul. The base, of 34 years, renewed with the Rockets the past summer by 160 million dollars and four seasons.

Situation in the staff of Houston Rockets

Houston has ten players with contract for the next campaign for a total value of 125.4 million of dollars, almost 14 more than the salary limit for this course and 1.7 above the luxury tax. Of that decade, four represent 85% of the team's salary: Chris Paul (38.5), James Harden (38.1), Clint Capela (16.8) and Eric Gordon (14) . Of the remaining, only PJ Tucker is close to 10 (8.3).



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