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Houston Rockets: How Should Houston Replace the Injured Aaron Brooks?
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According to Jonathan Feigen at the Houston Chronicle Aaron Brooks will mist 4-6 weeks due to a sprained left ankle.

It occurred at the end of the second quarter when Brooks was throwing up a half-court prayer as time expired, he landed on Ginobli's foot.

Many Rockets fans though Ginobli did this on purpose, I disagree and so does Brooks, 

"I don't think anything of it,"  "Bang bang play." "It was an accident."

But now the question arises, what to do? You got Kyle Lowry's back acting up with spasms. He's probably at 80% right now, but is available to play.

Then you got Ishmael Smith, the undrafted rookie out of Wake Forrest.

Or you got Courtney Lee who is a shooting guard but can play some point.

Or you can make a trade.

So what to do?

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