NBA Rumors: Houston Rockets unlikely to sign free agents

Feb 19, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard celebrates on the bench in the fourth quarter against the Los Angeles Lakers at Staples Center. The Rockets defeated the Lakers 134-108. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

There’s the NBA’s trading deadline and then there is the mad dash to find free agents who’ve either been released or bought out after the deadline.

That’s where we’re at right now and multiple teams are said to be picking through the pool, looking to find a player (or two) to help for a potential postseason run.

One team that was thought to have potential interest in doing so were the Houston Rockets, but according to Jonathan Feigen, the Rockets seem to be content with their team and don’t plan to add any new players through free agency.

That includes not having much interest in Danny Granger, assuming he is bought out by the Philadelphia 76ers.

Indications are they’ve made their moves. MT @ryandundee94: @Jonathan_Feigen If Granger bought out, you think Rockets will try to get him?

The Rockets were though to be a potential destination for Granger if he was released given Houston is said to be looking for a stretch forward who can shoot the three.

Topics: Danny Granger, Houston Rockets

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