Andre Iguodala Trade Rumors: Why the Houston Rockets Would Be Iggy’s Perfect Fit

November 30th, 2010 by Ryan Comstock Leave a reply »
The Houston Rockets were a team believed by many to be on the rise after finishing the 2009-10 season 42-40, ninth best in the Western Conference.

Houston didn't make any monumental moves in the offseason, but it was thought that the emergence of Aaron Brooks, the return of Yao Ming as well as contributions from players such as Kevin Martin and Luis Scola would launch the team into the playoffs.

Things have not gone according to plan.

Brooks and Ming (what's new?) have both gone down with injuries and aren't returning anytime soon.

The Rockets haven't had much trouble scoring, currently sixth in the NBA, but they can't stop anyone, allowing a near-worst 106.7 points per game. They're sitting at 5-12 and things are not looking good.

Fortunately, there could be help on the horizon.

Philadelphia forward Andre Iguodala has let it be known that he does not want to continue being a 76er if the team is not competitive.

It's not in Iguodala's personality to demand a trade and he knows the Philadelphia media would skin him alive if he did so. He has, however, let management know that he would like to be move ...

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