Given the turnover in roster, some of us have been keeping an eye on the former Rockets rotation guys from the last couple of years who went elsewhere in the league. It seems that a unusually high number of them are not doing so hot. Of course, it's not like these guys were superstars, but they were starters or significant part of some slightly over .500 teams and it seems many of them tend to do worse than they were with Houston. For example: 1. Dragic and Scola are on the 7-11 Suns (13th place in the West). Scola lost his starting job several games back. They also had some recent bad losses (particularly the 40-pt loss to the Pistons). 2. Marcus Camby hasn't gotten any meaningful minutes for the Knicks. 3. Sam Dalembert only averages 17 mpg, and just got a DNP-CD for the Bucks. 4. Kyle Lowry's team is 4-13 (14th in the East) and he's had injury issues after a great first few games. 5. Chuck Hayes and Aaron Brooks are stuck on the 4-12 (15th place in the West) Kings. 6. Jordan "Bad Rookie" Hill is re-united with Mike D'Antoni and just got a DNP-CD. 7. Courtney Lee is doing OK, but can't find his 3pt shot. 8. Even momentary Rocket Pau Gasol and could-have-been Rocket Nene are suffering. Kevin Martin is just about the only one doing well (unless you count guys who were gone from multiple years ago, Battier and Landry). Fellow Dust Bowl exile Hasheem Thabeet is doing better than he was (which is not saying much, really). So... the curse of Daryl Morey?