The Houston Rockets are looking to make a splash in the NBA this summer.
A BIG splash.
The Houston Chronicle reports on Monday that the Rockets are ready to move both Dwight Howard and Chris Paul this summer when free agency opens on July 1st.
The Rockets have been connected for some time now to Howard, but this is the first mention of Houston also targeting Paul to come in and run point.
Houston would still need to clear some cap space to be able to even offer one of the two a max contract.
According to the report, and insider with knowledge of the Rockets plans called the pursuit of Howard and Paul their "targets No. 1 and 1A."
The report also indicates that Howard has an interest in playing for Rockets head coach Kevin McHale and assistant coach J.B. Bickerstaff.
It's still early in the free agency game, and tons of rumors will be floated over the next twenty days ...
But the thought of Howard and Paul teaming up with James Harden in Houston is enough to make the rest of...