NBA Draft 2010: Houston Rockets Draft Day Possibilities

June 21st, 2010 by Benjie Klein Leave a reply »
Houston Rockets fans, get ready to brace yourselves for another NBA draft.

General manager Daryl Morey has brought an unpredictable personality to past year's drafts and this should be no different.

The man likes to make trades and will often pick talent over need. He has made wise decisions in both the first and second rounds since joining the team in 2007.

This year's draft has a bevy of possibilities, despite the fact that Houston owns only one pick in the entire draft, the 14th pick overall. 

The Rockets' strategy is clear; they have some ammunition in terms of future picks and want to move up.

There are plenty of players that would fit on the Houston roster, so predicting which way they'll go is difficult.

But we will attempt to decipher the Rockets code to NBA Draft 2010 liftoff...


Trade Possibilities

It is unlikely that the Rockets will trade any bodies on their roster or add undrafted players. But expect them to make a couple moves.

First, pick 14 is most likely not going to be in their possession. The Rockets aren't saying it too loudly, but t ...

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