Sefolosha, Brewer, Felton, Others To Attend Rockets’ Mini-Camp

1:41pm: Mbah a Moute, in a change of plans, won’t be attending the Rockets’ mini-camp in Vegas after all, tweets Iko.

12:13pm: A handful of the most noteworthy veteran free agents on the market will take part in the Rockets‘ upcoming mini-camp in Las Vegas, according to multiple reports. In a series of tweets, Kelly Iko and Alykhan Bijani of The Athletic reported that the following players will participate in the mini-camp:

With the exception of Jones, who has spent six seasons in the NBA, all of these players have more than a decade of NBA experience under their belts, which could make them good fits for a veteran Rockets team seeking depth as it looks to make a championship run this season.

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Although there’s some positional variety among the free agents who are participating in the Rockets’ mini-camp, it appears the team’s primary focus is on wings. Brewer, Mbah a Moute, Sefolosha, and Young all fit that bill. Mbah a Moute and Sefolosha, in particular, could be nice fits in Houston if they’re healthy, given their three-and-D abilities.

None of these veterans are currently under contract with the Rockets, who are carrying 18 players on their offseason roster. However, a strong showing at this week’s mini-camp could very well result in training camp invites for one or two of these veterans. Houston could bring even more of these players to camp if the team is willing to cut any of its current players to create extra spots on the 20-man roster.

No NBA team has fewer players on fully guaranteed deals than the Rockets, so a couple of the team’s regular season roster spots figure to be up for grabs in the preseason.

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8 thoughts on “Sefolosha, Brewer, Felton, Others To Attend Rockets’ Mini-Camp

    • harden-westbrook-mvps

      Considering how he only played a handful of games before his injury, it wasn’t that big of a mistake. If he can convince the Rockets that he can remain healthy enough to play next season, then Mbah a Moute should be at the top of this list.

      Sefolosha runs a close second here, with Brewer third because of his poor 3-point shooting. Jones isn’t a wing, but his 3-point shooting has improved recently making him a strong candidate to be a stretch-4.

      • whiplash

        I’m hoping Nick Young catches on with this team. He light up the 3 point line.

          • whiplash

            Just Thabo. All the other guys are not good fits. I’ll still take Young’s offensive abilities over those other guys. Thabo may not be healthy enough though.

  1. richard1-2

    Go ALL IN! These guys:

    Corey Brewer-RING, 2011, Mavs.
    Raymond Felton-MASS Playoff Experience.
    Terrence Jones-solid.
    Luc Mbah a Moute-solid.
    Thabo Sefolosha-Finals experience.
    Nick Young-RING w/ GSW. 2018.

    So, this can ONLY help the Rox. Let ’em in and WIN that RING next yr!!

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