The Houston Rockets have not had the best start to the 2015-16 NBA season, and their struggles now have them seeking out help on the trade market. Last night Marc Stein broke the news that Houston has interest in trading for Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns:
ESPN sources say the Houston Rockets have trade interest in Markieff Morris, who was a DNP-CD in the Suns' narrow loss Sunday to Memphis— Marc Stein (@ESPNSteinLine) December 7, 2015
Sources told ESPN.com the Rockets are in the market for roster upgrades in the wake of their disappointing 10-11 start and have Morris on their list of targets, amid a growing belief around the league that the Suns are indeed prepared to finally move Morris.
Sources told ESPN.com that forward Terrence Jones would likely be included if a trade for Markieff Morris came to fruition, but the options for virtually every team in the league will increase in just over a week's time, with more than 100 players who signed new deals over the summer becoming trade eligible Dec. 15.
The inclusion of Terrence Jones might have some fans balking at the idea seeing as how Jones has been quite productive during the Rockets 3-game win streak. What do you all think?