The Rockets already have a championship roster in place, and may need that one piece (LeBron), but the more depth a championship team can have, the better they can beat their opponent down the stretch. The Rockets addressed an issue they have been dealing with and that is a backup center behind Capela.
The Rockets have been quiet around the deadline with Morey publicly stating that he will not be disrupting the chemistry built around this team. Morey feels as if this is the best team he has assembled and doesn’t want to make any big roster changes.
Mike D’Antoni will coach Stephen Curry’s team for the Western All-Stars. Recently, Houston’s head coach was announced to be the coach and Houston fans rejoiced. Steve Kerr could not be eligible due to him coaching the previous year’s game.
Chris Paul and Lou Williams were the two who were left out that many believed would be in. Chris Paul has missed some games, and while that can be a good argument to put in other players, Stephen Curry has missed 4 less than CP3, yes got a starting spot for the All-Star game.
Houston Rockets guard James Harden has just been announced as a starter for the 2018 NBA All-Star Game in Los Angeles. Harden was voted a starter with Stephen Curry as a Western Conference guard in the lineup.