The following slides will delve into this appropriate question for the rebuilding franchise.
Earlier this week, Kyle Lowry voiced his displeasure with coach Kevin McHale. The breakout facilitator went as far to say that he doesn't believe the two can ever coexist.
“I don’t think so,” Lowry, 26, said. “I honestly think it would be tough. Things have to be addressed. The situation would have to be addressed. If things aren't addressed coaching-wise, I guess I have to be moved."
While Lowry was a major part of the Rockets' surprising success this year, he isn't the only competent point guard on the roster. Goran Dragic is a more-than-viable option to take on the starting role.
Additionally, Lowry has an extensive injury history, something Houston must be considering with this current debacle. Just a few weeks ago, Lowry had surgery to repair a sports hernia and torn abductor muscles.
While Lowry would be a valuable addition to any franchise, his prima donna attitude and past physical ailments do raise up a few questions.