General manager of the Houston Rockets Daryl Morey had a busy offseason bringing in new faces to fill out his roster, and some signings have worked out better than others.
Many would argue that the Rockets had the best summer of any team in the NBA, inking All-Star center Dwight Howard, the premier free agent on the market, to a four-year deal. The Rockets also welcomed a handful of other new players to start off the new Harden-Howard era in Houston.
Guys like Omri Casspi, Francisco Garcia and Aaron Brooks are all key role players on coach Kevin McHale's bench. Other signings like Reggie Williams and Marcus Camby didn't quite pan out.
Here are the initial reactions to each signing and the revised grades a quarter of the way through the season. After all, hindsight is 20/20.
All stats are from ESPN.com, unless otherwise noted, correct as of 12/10/13.