Making the Call on Houston Rockets' 5 Toughest Offseason Decisions

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Making the Call on Houston Rockets' 5 Toughest Offseason Decisions
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Omer Asik (left) or Dwight Howard (right)? That's just one question Daryl Morey will have to ask himself.

As with nearly every NBA team, the Houston Rockets have a plethora of tough decisions to make during the offseason in an effort to improve the roster.

Whether it be free agent decisions, team/player options or possible trades, general manager Daryl Morey and the rest of the Rockets organization must buckle down and focus on what could end up being a crucial offseason for the franchise.

Houston has the money to make a serious splash in free agency. Letting go of the correct contracts and trading the right players in an effort to free up even more cash will prove important. But choosing which players to go isn't going to be easy—nor will it come without controversy.

Houston fans may not agree with some decisions made, but Morey has done well in creating the team that they watch each game. He deserves a lot of credit for turning a young roster into a competitive one. Adding a few big-time veteran free agents could be exactly what the team needs to take the next step.

If that's the case, then the fans should just sit back, relax and allow Morey to work his magic.

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