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Many around NBA circles are probably wondering what caused the Houston Rockets to jettison Royce White away to Philadelphia, after taking a first round risk on the mercurial forward with the 16th pick in the 2012 draft. The Rockets who were more than patient with White and his mental health issues, probably decided enough was enough after White allegedly exploded on a high ranking Rockets official. According to TMZ, cursed out a Rockets top attorney days before he was suspended around mid-season. In the report, Rockets officials were diligently trying to work out the terms that would allow White to comfortable travel and play with the team. At that time, White was refusing to travel or play with the Rockets because of his anxiety issues. We’re told the team had been trying to work out an arrangement with White — to cater to his health situation — but Royce refused to travel or play with the team, citing his anxiety disorder. But after talks went nowhere, and White screamed at...
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