The Rockets find themselves in a precarious situation.
They need some help; that much is sure. They have missed out on the playoffs for the last two seasons and this team, as it is currently constructed, probably won't get them there.
The first problem is that they weren't bad enough to get a top pick in the NBA Draft. They got a nice player in Kansas' Marcus Morris, but I don't know that anyone is predicting that he will be a superstar.
The second, and bigger, problem for the immediate future is that the Rockets don't have a ton of money to throw around. They will have to get creative to add personnel.
The biggest need for the Rockets is a big, physical post player who can rebound and defend. On their roster now, they have an odd amalgamation of undersized bigs and bigs with size who aren't good defenders or rebounders.
Look for them to do all they can to bring someone in who fits that profile.