Rockets Officially Announce Four Signings

The Rockets have issued a press release officially confirming that they’ve completed four recently-reported free agent contracts. Those deals are for the following players:

Caboclo, Tate, and Brown will all be part of Houston’s 15-man roster in 2020/21, while Jones will occupy one of the team’s two-way slots, alongside Kenny Wooten. Brown reportedly received a one-year contract, with Caboclo getting one year plus a second-year team option. Tate reportedly signed a three-year deal worth a little above the minimum.

Once the Rockets officially sign DeMarcus Cousins and Kenyon Martin Jr., as is expected, they’ll have one open spot remaining on their projected 15-man squad for the regular season.

The team previously made a formal announcement to confirm the acquisition of its top free agency addition, Christian Wood.

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16 thoughts on “Rockets Officially Announce Four Signings

  1. harden-westbrook-mvps

    Brazilian Kevin Durant (Caboclo) should be almost as good as the real KD in a couple of years. Mostly because Durant will have fallen off so much by then after being such a tremendous disappointment in Brooklyn.

  2. PutoBelga12

    Solid signings, the Rockets should make the Finals of the G-League this season.

    • buttholesurfer69 2

      They’ll just need to prep for the Iowa City Dodgers and the sky’s the limit

      • illowa

        come on man, it’s the iowa wolves. i don’t know why either, should of been coyotes or fox or pigs or cows or …..

    • harden-westbrook-mvps

      Maybe if the Knicks made a halfway decent offer.

      Gotta have Barrett and at least one or two first round picks.

  3. x%sure

    I hope to see Tate take his high school game to the pros and see what happens. Cool if it works, he may pull.it off

    • harden-westbrook-mvps

      The Rockets are stocking up on young, developing talent to keep their 8-year playoff streak going well into the next decade.

      Guys like Wood, House, McLemore, Nwaba, and Brown are all in their twenties and will be playing significant minutes next season. Then they have been adding a lot of young talent to develop like Caboclo, Tate, Wooten, Mason Jones, and Kenyon Martin Jr. son of the former #1 overall pick.

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