The Rockets got rid of Mike D'Antoni as their head coach and let general manager Daryl Morey go.
Rockets star point guard Russell Westbrook has reportedly requested a trade out of Houston after spending just one season with the National Basketball Association franchise.Читайте также: Xi: China will avoid decoupling amid tension with US, Europe
"Russ" reportedly told the team he's "uneasy about the team's accountability and culture" and wants to return to being a floor general like he was at Oklahoma City.
Westbrook, 31, famously joined the Rockets previous year after his former team, Oklahoma City Thunder, agreed to trade the -time NBA All-Star to Houston in exchange for fellow point guard Chris Paul, two protected first-round picks and other draft considerations. He was traded to the Rockets previous year and reunited with Harden. He now has three years and more than $132 (AUD$179M) million left on his contract to run. While Kelly Iko and Charania reported that the organisation centrepiece James Harden remains "locked-in" for the upcoming season, it is clear that Silas could be navigating choppy waters in Houston before the season even begins. With things seemingly unraveling around them, it would follow that the organization might start seriously entertaining offers for Harden, although Shams Charania of The Athletic says Harden remains "locked in" with his incumbent team for the coming season. The 2016-17 MVP and nine-time All-Star, Westbrook also suffered a strained right quadriceps in August that further hindered his game.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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