Rockets Sign Brandan Wright

The Rockets have officially signed 11-year veteran Brandan Wright, the team announced on its website. Wright committed to signing with the Rockets once he was waived by the Grizzlies and cleared waivers on Monday.

Wright, 30, has appeared in 27 games with the Grizzlies this season, averaging 5.0 PPG and 3.4 RPG in 13.6 minutes per contest. Injuries have slowed Wright considerably in recent seasons, but he will provide solid bench depth for the Rockets. Houston remains a half-game behind the Warriors for first place in the Western Conference.

Houston opened up a roster spot for Wright by waiving veteran Bobby Brown on Saturday.

In addition to Wright, the Rockets will add seven-time All-Star Joe Johnson, who was waived by the Kings and committed to Houston. Johnson is expected to clear waivers on Tuesday.

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6 thoughts on “Rockets Sign Brandan Wright

  1. the dude

    So who do they have to cut to make room for Joe? I think green or Williams, and hate to see either get cut, but I favor Gerald because of how he made the team and earned his spot.

    Maybe the rockets will second guess and Joe ends up in boston, but that’s wishful thinking. I think green is gone :(

  2. justinkm19

    I want Wright back with my Mavs. Carlisle was the only one to utilize him properly.

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