The Houston Rockets have agreed to re-sign Francisco Garcia.
Garcia will sign for one season at the veteran’s minimum, worth $1.32 million, a person with knowledge of the agreement said.
Despite a disappointing offseason, the Houston Rockets will be scouring for cheap candidates to fill out their depth chart. They made a move to address that by re-signing guard, Francisco Garcia, to a two-year, $3.2 million contract, according to Julio E. Castro of ElCaribe.com.The report comes from a Dominican news site and states the following:El informante, que pidió reserva...
After Francisco Garcia was reportedly in contract discussions for a few days with the Rockets, reports suggest he has reached an agreement — 2-years for over $3.5M.
Francisco initially opted out of this year’s contract (player option) with the Rockets, but after struggling to find a new team, Garcia will return to the Rockets for another season.
Garcia averaged a modest 5.7 points...
The Houston Rockets swung and missed this year in free agency, going after LeBron James, Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh and not signing any of them. They did, however, sign Trevor Ariza to provide a much needed defensive presence, and they maintain their high hopes of contending in the Western Conference. They still have some work to do to bolster their bench, and bringing back...
Francisco Garcia holds a player option on his contract for next season and is still mulling over whether to exercise it.
Garcia could opt out and attempt to sign a long-term contract.
Garcia said he is considering picking up the option and staying with the Houston Rockets.
John Lucas and Francisco Garcia gave us one of those classic “hold me back” fights for the ages. It all started when Lucas went for a steal in the final 10 seconds of Utah’s blowout loss in Houston instead of allowing Rockets rookie Isaiah Canaan to dribble out the clock. Garcia and many other Rockets […]
Calling Francisco Garcia an agitator would be an understatement. On Monday night, the Rockets’ small forward got in an altercation with Utah’s John Lucas III, a backup point guard, and the two actually squared up before being broken up. It’s extremely rare that you see something like this happen in today’s NBA, usually guys just swing at each other.
Maybe Marcin Gortat was...
According to Marc Spears of Yahoo! Sports, the Houston Rockets are dangling Francisco Garcia around the league in trade talks. They don’t have much of a use for him, especially with Omri Casspi playing such a large role, but he could be a nice addition for a contending team. Garcia can shoot the three-ball and play solid defense as well, and would likely be able to be acquired...
The Houston Rockets are discussing Francisco Garcia in trade scenarios, according to a source.
Garcia holds a player option for next season.
The Rockets also figure to continue trade talks involving Omer Asik and Jeremy Lin.