No. 12 Jeremy Lamb
Houston caught a break by snagging Jeremy Lamb at No. 12.
It was surprising that the UConn sophomore fell out of the top 10, but Houston jumped on him as soon as it was time to draft.
The Rockets nearly made the playoffs last season, and with Lamb as the shooting guard, the postseason should be in their future next year.
No. 16 Royce White
The Houston Rockets made their lineup that much nicer by drafting Iowa State forward Royce White with the No. 16 pick.
Adding another youngster to the team after Lamb can only benefit them.
White averaged 13 PPG last season and can help out Luis Scola in the frontcourt.
No. 18 Terrence Jones
The Rockets were the busiest out of any team in the first round, with three picks in the top 20.
Jones, a sophomore from Kentucky, will be the third rookie on Houston's roster once next season rolls around.
He averaged 12.5 PPG last season and was a pivotal part of Kentucky's national championship run.
His skill set is too good to not have an impact right away.