The Houston Rockets are at a crossroad between rebuilding and competing for an NBA championship. They have the role players, but they don't have the superstar. If they had a superstar, you could argue they could be the best team in the league.
Another thing the Rockets don't have is a coach. After firing Rick Adelman, the Rockets interviewed everybody under the sun for their coaching vacancy. Right now reports say it's down to three people: TNT analyst Kevin McHale, Boston assistant Lawrence Frank and Dallas assistant Dwane Casey. A decision on the new coach is expected to be made after they interview Kevin McHale for a second time.
But after they get a new coach, where do they go from there? Who do they keep? Who do they trade away? Let's take a look.