Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by RocketsPimp, Sep 22, 2016.
Hopefully this means Dmo is signing shortly.
Seems like everyone hates the trade, which is good news.
Ennis was a first round pick, Payton was undrafted.
Even if you score in double digit , dans't mean you safe on this team, you have to show more to convince DM.Analytics in work, something Barkley missed in school.
Tyler is just 22, and could be future point guard. Draftnet compares his to the likes of Jrue Holiday/George Hill type of player. Good trade.
Ennis will explode when penetrating to the hole! TWSS
If D-Mo doesn't sign back with Houston, which i think i unlikely, I can see us picking up Josh Smith again for depth reasons.
Who would want Brewer?
Why can't we trade brewer
meh....i really liked beasley
Word is Bucks and Rockets were talking about deal before Middleton suffered torn left hamstring on Tuesday.
1:22 PM - 22 Sep 2016
Rockets Insider– @Rockets_Insider
NBA Scout on Ennis: "GREAT kid. Gonna be huge for #Rockets locker room. Will really thrive in offense because he can pass and make reads."
2:16 PM - 22 Sep 2016
We just have a glut of PFs. Beasley is incredibly talented, but getting a young prospect like this kid for essentially a player that was in China last year is incredibly impressive. Daryl Morey is doing a fantastic job as always.
This is the real rub here that people are missing. Young talent like Ennis are normally NOT available for older vets who played in China the year before. That's a cheap asking price for Ennis which was forced by the Middleton injury that put the Bucks in the "high volume scoring wing" market. I'm not saying Ennis is going to be a future starter, but he certainly has more upside than Beasley who was a known quantity. You got to take those kind of calculated risks and there is certainly the potential here to at least have a solid , cheap, young, backup PG.
Havent seen much of Ennis, but Id rather he get minutes than Pablo.
I watched him at Syracuse, I think he can model his game after Rondo and be a starter in this league.
Don't really need Beasley other than his scoring, but he was redundant on a team with several options at PF. Plus, we struck out on Durant so no need to keep him.
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet" data-lang="en"><p lang="en" dir="ltr">NBA Scout on Ennis: "GREAT kid. Gonna be huge for <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/Rockets?src=hash">#Rockets</a> locker room. Will really thrive in offense because he can pass and make reads."</p>— Rockets Insider (@Rockets_Insider) <a href="">September 22, 2016</a></blockquote>
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Good trade for us I think. Young PG with NBA talent that we can grow into something. Beasley helped score some off the bench last year but he was not the answer at PF for us. Thanks for helping with the playoff push last year, but he was not something to build upon.
Now re-sign D-Mo and hope he stays healthy and contributes or trade him for a good proven player that will help us now.
Doesn't Sacramento need a PG right now? Ennis + Brewer = Gay?