NBA Free Agency 2012: 4 Moves Houston Rockets Need to Be a Playoff Team Again

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NBA Free Agency 2012: 4 Moves Houston Rockets Need to Be a Playoff Team Again
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The Houston Rockets squandered a promising start to the 2011-2012 season, fading down the stretch amidst injuries to key players Kyle Lowry and Kevin Martin, and a talented yet inconsistent roster that couldn't get it done.

Going into this summer's free-agent pool, they'll have plenty of cap space to work with (close to $30 million if you count Samuel Dalembert's $6.7 million team option), and general manager Daryl Morey has been looking to add a premiere free agent for some time now.

With a core of Lowry, Martin and Luis Scola, the only true guarantees heading into the 2012-2013 season, the roster could look quite different on opening night.

Here are four moves in free agency that Houston should consider to send them back into the postseason next time around.

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