7:19pm: The team has put Fogg and McCamey on waivers, Feigen confirms.
4:56pm: The Rockets will waive camp invites Kyle Fogg and Demetri McCamey, a couple of weeks after they were signed in tandem, tweets Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle. The team is interested in having both play for its D-League affiliate, Feigen says. When the moves become official, Houston's roster will be at 18 players.
Fogg and McCamey are both 6'3" guards, but only Fogg saw action in the Rockets' preseason opener last night. He scored three points in over four minutes of court time, but it was evidently not enough to allow him to continue his pursuit of making the NBA with Houston after going undrafted out of Arizona this June. McCamey played in five summer league games for the Bulls this year, averaging 4.4 points and 1.6 assists in 13.7 minutes per game.
Both were on non-guaranteed, minimum-salary deals, so their subtraction from the roster won't do much to alleviate the team's logjam of 18 players on either fully or partially guaranteed contracts.