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The Houston Rockets reportedly have deals on the table to send Thomas Robinson to the Chicago Bulls or Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers would send the No. 19 pick to the Rockets for Robinson, or the Bulls would trade No. 20.
The Rockets are trying to move Robinson in order to clear additional cap room to pursue Dwight Howard.
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The Rockets are attempting to trade power forward Thomas Robinson and the Cavaliers are interested, according to a report in the Houston Chronicle.
Robinson, the No. 5 overall pick in last summers NBA Draft, was traded by the Kings to the Rockets in February. He had a somewhat inconsistent rookie season, compiling averages of 4.8 points and 4.5 rebounds in just 15.1 minutes per game...
The Houston Rockets are reportedly closing in on a deal that will rid them of Thomas Robinson in an effort to make room to offer Dwight Howard a max deal in free agency. It is unknown what team the Rockets are in talks with, however, the Cavaliers and Bulls are reported to have shown interest.
According to the Houston Chronicle:
The Rockets are in advanced talks on a cap-clearing...
The Chicago Bulls (20th pick) and Cleveland Cavaliers (19th pick) have reportedly offered their 1st round picks to the Houston Rockets in exchange for Thomas Robinson. Should the Bulls get the forward who was last year’s No. 5 pick, they intend to use him in an additional deal.
The Rockets are trying to move Robinson to clear more cap space in order to offer Dwight Howard a max...
The Cleveland Cavaliers are reportedly one of a few teams who are interested in acquiring Houston Rockets forward Thomas Robinson. Jonathan Feigan of the Houston Chronicle reports that the Rockets are looking to clear salary, presumably in attempt to sign free agent center Dwight Howard, and that a salary cap-clearing trade involving Robinson is “imminent.”
“There are 16 teams...
The Cleveland Cavaliers, San Antonio Spurs and Chicago Bulls are three teams talking to the Houston Rockets about trading Thomas Robinson. According to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle, talks have intensified to the point that a deal might be "imminent." What the Rockets are asking for in return is pretty simple.
The Rockets would want to move Robinson...
The 2013 NBA Draft is in full swing tonight and as usual with any sporting event. I’m watching it and tweeting “ish” as each pick is announced and Bill Simmons continues to add nothing to the ESPN draft coverage.
I’m not the only person watching the draft and tweeting/critiquing each pick made by the teams. So is former Oklahoma City Thunder And current Houston...
The Houston Rockets head into Thursday's draft with a lone second-round pick at No. 34 and the debacle of last year's Royce White pick hanging over them.
Houston had three first-round selections last year and chose White with the second at No. 16. White did not appear in a game for the Rockets last season because of an acknowledged anxiety disorder.
The Rockets reached...
HOUSTON (AP) -- The Houston Rockets have selected Murray State guard Isaiah Canaan with the 34th overall selection in the NBA draft.
Canaan was a two-time Ohio Valley Conference player of the year. He led Murray State in scoring in each of the last three seasons. He scored in double figures in all of his 31 games last season, averaging 21.8 points, 4.3 assists and 1.5 steals a game...
Some quick notes leading into the NBA Draft on Thursday:
Reports of the Cleveland Cavaliers and Houston Rockets working on a trade involving forward Thomas Robinson have all but been confirmed by both sides.
According to several FOX Sports Ohio sources, Robinson was in Cleveland on Tuesday night for a concert. Some sources said the Cavs also gave him a physical, but that has...