So the Rockets made their moves in a draft even thinner than Torrie Spelling but, with less talent. From my perspective, the draft was as relevant for the Rockets as Congressmen Weiner is to politics. We selected yet another pf and received via trade, Johnny Flynn and yet another 7ft project with relative upside, in exchange for Brad Miller who is to say the least in the twilight of his career. We didn't need this draft. We have what we have and now it's time to develop it. My thoughts on moving forward. Our starting lineup (post trade deadline) was of the most cohesive units in the NBA. Which proves money buys talent but, not chemistry. Having one of the best records (post all-star game) in the league. Our bench we HAVE to develop. The talent's there we have to coach it! Terrence Williams hopefully gets playing time to get comfortable in the offense and mature as an NBA player. Hasheem Thabeet showed promise in his short stint with our D-league affiliate, finding more of an identity and competitive attitude with each extra minute of playing time. With Thabeet working with Carol Dawson this summer, he should progress into a (best case scenario) back up C for the Chuck Wagon coming off the bench for us. He just needs minutes and time! Goran Dragic is going to get more comfortable and that spells danger for the opposing backup pg's in this league. A lot of upside for the Rockets, we didn't need this draft. Just time to prepare and develop for the 2011-2012 season. (Assuming no work stoppage). Any thoughts, theories, or opinions?