The Houston Rockets are a borderline playoff team, but with their rebuilding process in full swing, there's still room to improve through free agency.
This team has endured a full facelift since the 2012 offseason. Acquiring draft picks, trading for James Harden and signing Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik have been the highlights, but there are still moves to be made.
With the end of the season looming, it's important to focus on the basketball side of roster changes—not the financial side. There are players expected to be on the market who will command more money than others, but if we've learned anything about general manager Daryl Morey, it's that he can make any move at least a possibility.
The Rockets are on the verge of becoming a dangerous team out West, and the right moves over the summer could push them to the next level.