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The Houston Rockets have waived Aaron Brooks and Carlos Delfino.
The Rockets were unable to find a trading partner to deal other player and were forced to waive them to clear cap space.
The Rockets are pursuing Dwight Howard and need to offer a max contract.
Houston is also looking to unload Thomas Robinson to clear addition space.
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The Houston Rockets have made another roster move as part of their push to sign Dwight Howard, agreeing to trade Thomas Robinson to the Portland Trail Blazers, according to Yahoo! Sports.
Robinson will be sent to the Blazers in exchange for the draft rights to foreign players Kostas Papanikolau and Marko Todorovic and two future second-round draft picks.
The trade is significant...
The Houston Rockets shed more salary and waived both Carlos Delfino and Aaron Brooks with free agency set to commence at midnight tonight as they look to pursue Dwight Howard.
According to the Houston Rockets:
Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has waived guard Aaron Brooks and guard/forward Carlos Delfino.
Brooks (6-0, 161, Oregon) returned...
If the Houston Rockets land Dwight Howard this summer, it could come at the expense of their two big free-agent signings last offseason.
The Rockets have made guard Jeremy Lin and center Omer Asik available, according to CBSSports.com.
A league source told CBSSports.com that the Rockets believe they already have Howard and are now looking toward the next moves to restructure their...
The New York Knicks are interested in signing Aaron Brooks.
Brooks was waived by the Houston Rockets on Sunday to clear cap space.
Brooks signed with the Sacramento Kings on a two-year deal last offseason and was subsequently waived before signing with the Rockets.
The Houston Rockets have traded Thomas Robinson to the Portland in exchange for two future second-round picks and the draft rights to two foreign players (Kostas Papanikolau and Marko Todorovic), according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports.
The Rockets had been trying to find a deal for Robinson to shed his salary in order to offer Dwight Howard a max contract when free agency...
Needing to clear some cap space in order to make a run at free agent Dwight Howard, the Houston Rockets traded Thomas Robinson to the Portland Trail Blazers. For Robinson, the fifth overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, it will be his third team in six months.
Blazers Acquire: PF Thomas Robinson
Rockets Acquire: the rights to Kostas Papanikolau and Marko Todorovic, two future 2nd...
The Rockets were the first among several teams to make a pitch to Dwight Howard in hopes of recruiting him to Houston. They went all out for their meeting with him in Beverly Hills Sunday which included special appearances from former Rockets stars, Hakeem Olajuwon, Clyde Drexler, and even Yao Ming, who is currently in China, via Skype.
According to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo! Sports...
During the Houston Rockets' pitch to Dwight Howard on Sunday evening, they discussed how the team is built to be in a position to offer a second maximum contract in three years.
The Rockets can only offer a four-year deal to Howard, while the Los Angeles Lakers can offer up to five guaranteed years.
The Rockets are pitching Howard on the notion that they are the best fit for...
Could the biggest free agency decision in the NBA this offseason be determined by the persuasive powers of a gentleman named Slim Thug? Maybe — like Kevin Garnett once said, anything is possiiiiiiiblllllllle.
Houston-bred rapper Slim Thug took to Twitter on Monday in an attempt to convince Dwight Howard to sign a contract with his hometown Rockets.
As you might expect, it ended...
The Houston Rockets want Dwight Howard bad, and our pulling out all the stops to convince Howard to bring his services to H Town.
ESPN’s Marc Stein is reporting that Hakeem Olajuwon, and James Harden will be among a group recruiting and pitching the Rockets to Dwight Howard.
Rockets planning strong contingent to recruit Dwight that is said to include Hakeem, James Harden along...
ESPN.com is reporting that Dwight Howard will meet with the Houston Rockets first when free agency commences early Monday morning.
Howard is set to meet in Los Angeles with a Houston Rockets group that includes management, James Harden, and Hall of Fame center Hakeem Olajuwon, according to sources.
The Lakers can offer a max deal of $118 million for five seasons while other...
I’ve felt like Houston is the destination from the get go for Dwight Howard and now it’s looking like that is the reality per ESPN. Howard is reportedly set to meet with the Rockets first when free agency opens on July 1st. With a group that includes Houston management, star James Harden, and team legend [...]
Dwight Howard the diva is back to his ways once again. One of the first teams to sit down to talk to the young center were the Houston Rockets. Of [...]