Author Archives: David Weiner
With the January 25th deadline to extend rookie contracts having passed, let’s take a look at the Houston Rockets salary cap situation heading towards the March 15th trade deadline.
Let me preface this piece by saying that I am not the world’s biggest Samuel Dalembert fan. I certainly don’t hate him. Just never been a big fan of his, is all. Like many Houston Rockets fans, I am still … Continue reading
Well, after nearly five months of acrimony and bickering (not counting all the time prior to July 1, when the NBA owners locked out the players), it looks like the National Basketball Association is about to re-open for business. As … Continue reading
Imagine, if you will, a world… a world in which the collective bargaining agreement (CBA) in effect for the 2010-11 season carried over for the next two seasons. Unfortunately, this world does not, in fact, exist. The CBA expired on … Continue reading
(Credit to jopatmc, who independently thought up this idea and previously mentioned it in this post.) With the trade deadline looming, and with their chances of landing Carmelo Anthony apparently dwindling, the Houston Rockets are surely working every angle they … Continue reading
It’s December 15. Today is the first day that NBA free agents signed this past summer (at least those signed before September 15) can be traded and, because so many more players are now capable of being traded or included … Continue reading
In the wake of the Rockets’ recent loss to Carmelo Anthony and the Denver Nuggets, I thought I’d revisit the notion of the Houston Rockets trading for Anthony. Throughout all of the “Melo-drama”, there has been one constant: teams have … Continue reading