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Isaiah Canaan was the Rockets only draft pick this year, taken 34th overall.
19. Jordan Henriquez
Henriquez was a last minute addition to the Rockets' roster for training camp as an undrafted free agent. During his senior season at Kansas State, he averaged 5.0 points and 5.0 rebounds per game. Those stats definitely do not jump off the page.
Henriquez is better known for his defense. He will get a chance to work with the team and develop his game during training camp, but he has no shot at making the final roster. He is bound for the D-League if he doesn't get cut first.
18. B.J. Young
Young is another undrafted free agent the Rockets added to their squad for the NBA summer league. The young guard from Arkansas averaged 15.2 points per contest during his sophomore season last year.
Young is also a long shot to make the team, but I expect him to stick around in the D-League with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Young can score the ball, which should definitely catch the Rockets' attention.
17. Marcus Camby
As if the Rockets didn't already have enough centers, Houston signed free agent and long-time veteran Marcus Camby. The Camby Man played in Houston two seasons ago before going to the New York Knicks in a sign-and-trade.
The Rockets are in a much different position than they were during Camby's last stint. They didn't have Dwight Howard or Omer Asik, and they were not legitimate contenders like they will be this year.
At 39 years old, Camby will not get much playing time this season, if any. He was brought in to provide leadership and experience in a young locker room. Camby is more like an extra coach than he is a backup center. He is not the dominant defender he was many years ago, but he is an experienced vet that can help an inexperienced team.
16. Robert Covington
The last of the three UFAs, Covington has the best chance to make the Rockets. His chances are still slim, but Covington has impressed in his little time with Houston thus far.
During the summer league, Covington averaged 12.4 points per game in only 23.4 minutes. He has a great three-point shot, hitting on 38.8 percent of his attempts from deep during his senior year at Tennessee State. During the previous two seasons, he was well over 40 percent from three.
Even if Covington doesn't make the team to start the season, he has a decent chance of getting some minutes down the road. He will excel in the D-League with Rio Grande. Houston may be on to something with this guy.
15. Isaiah Canaan
Canaan was the Rockets' only draft pick this past summer. The crafty guard out of Murray State was a consensus All-American two seasons ago.
For the Racers, Canaan was a consistent three-point shooter, shooting over 40 percent in his college career. He does need some work on his defense and his turnovers, averaging 3.2 per game last season.
Canaan will most likely start this season playing for the Vipers. If all goes well, he could be getting minutes with Houston by midseason. Canaan has talent, but the depth chart at point guard is already pretty full. Aaron Brooks, Patrick Beverley and Jeremy Lin are all ahead of him. If there are any injuries though, his name will be called.