Aaron Brooks has had some problems in Houston lately.
Starting off with an ankle injury that kept him sidelined longer than expected, you could tell Brooks was frustrated.
When he got back into action, Brooks was not himself.
He obviously has his differences with head coach Rick Adelman, showing it in public just a few games ago.
Brooks pulled a big no-no move by walking off the court after Adelman took him out of the game with over six minutes left in the fourth quarter.
Although that might not have been a very smart move by Brooks (getting him suspended one game), he was obviously trying to send a message. For the Rockets sake, executives in the front office need to take notice of what exactly Brooks was trying to say.
Here are five reasons why the Rockets would be making a huge mistake by trading Brooks, and what they should do instead.