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The Houston Rockets have officially signed free agent point guard, Aaron Brooks, who recently cleared waivers after agreeing to a buyout with the Kings. The team waived Tyler Honeycutt, who they recently acquired from Sacramento, to open a roster spot.
via CBS Houston:
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has signed free agent guard Aaron Brooks. To open a roster spot, the Rockets recalled from Rio Grande Valley and then waived forward Tyler Honeycutt. Brooks returns to Houston where he spent the first three-and-a-half seasons of his career.
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A person with knowledge of the negotiations says Aaron Brooks has agreed to rejoin the Houston Rockets, who drafted him in 2007.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because Brooks has not yet signed a contract.
Brooks was waived by Sacramento on Friday. He would become the third point guard on Houston's roster, joining Jeremy Lin and Patrick Beverley.
Brooks, 28, played...
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Aaron Brooks is back with the Houston Rockets and he's back with an all-new cast.
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A win to begin this home-and-home set let the Houston Rockets finally halt the Dallas Mavericks' domination of the series. A victory to close it would further turn the tide and leave these rivals that much closer to having their playoff trends reversed.
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Aaron Brooks agreed to a buyout last week with the Kings.
After agreeing to a buyout with the Sacramento Kings last week, Aaron Brooks has cleared waivers and finalized a deal with his former team, the Houston Rockets.
According to Sam Amick, USA TODAY Sports:
Veteran point guard Aaron Brooks has finalized an agreement with the Houston Rockets that includes a team option for next season, two people with knowledge of the deal confirmed to...