Houston Rockets Roster 2020 Houston Rockets Roster

44-28, 1st in West Southwest

Houston continues to try and be ahead of the curb as they went all-in on the small ball way of basketball. They traded Clint Capela, eventually getting Robert Covington who fits in with what Houston is doing. Covington is a great three-and-d type of player. The backcourt of Russell Westbrook and James Harden is tough to stop and the usage falls mostly to them on the offense. Eric Gordon is there for depth and we have seen names like Danuel House who have stepped up for them. Houston's experiment is going to need testing once again.

Pos Name Jersey Rating Ranking Depth Height Weight Age Birthday Exp. College
PG
James Harden
James Harden J. Harden
13
96
#4 PG 1 6' 5" 218 30 8/26/89 11th season Arizona State
PG
Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook R. Westbrook
0
89
#9 PG 1 6' 2" 198 30 11/12/88 12th season UCLA
PG
Eric Gordon
Eric Gordon E. Gordon
10
76
#45 PG 2 6' 2" 213 30 12/25/88 12th season Indiana
PG
Austin Rivers
Austin Rivers A. Rivers
25
72
#52 PG 2 6' 2" 198 27 8/1/92 8th season Duke
SG
Ben McLemore
Ben McLemore B. McLemore
16
75
#40 SG 2 6' 2" 194 26 2/11/93 7th season Kansas
SG
Chris Clemons
Chris Clemons C. Clemons
3
72
#49 SG 3 5' 8" 178 22 7/23/97 Rookie Campbell
SG
Michael Frazier
Michael Frazier M. Frazier
21
67
#82 SG 4 6' 2" 198 25 3/8/94 Rookie Florida
SG
William Howard
William Howard W. Howard
52
67
#83 SG 6' 7" 202 25 10/25/93 Rookie
SF
Danuel House
Danuel House D. House
4
76
#23 SF 1 6' 5" 213 26 6/7/93 4th season Texas A&M
SF
Bruno Caboclo
Bruno Caboclo B. Caboclo
5
72
#72 SF 2 6' 9" 216 24 9/21/95 6th season
SF
David Nwaba
David Nwaba D. Nwaba
0
73
#55 SF 6' 5" 218 26 1/14/93 4th season Cal Poly
PF
P.J. Tucker
P.J. Tucker P. Tucker
17
79
#47 PF 1 6' 5" 244 34 5/5/85 9th season Texas
PF
Robert Covington
Robert Covington R. Covington
8
78
#35 PF 1 6' 7" 209 28 12/14/90 7th season Tennessee State
PF
Jeff Green
Jeff Green J. Green
22
77
#21 PF 1 6' 7" 233 33 8/28/86 12th season Georgetown
PF
DeMarre Carroll
DeMarre Carroll D. Carroll
77
73
#69 PF 3 6' 5" 213 33 7/27/86 11th season
PF
Luc Mbah a Moute
Luc Mbah a Moute L. M. A. Moute
12
71
#44 PF 6' 7" 229 33 9/9/86 12th season UCLA
PF
Thabo Sefolosha
Thabo Sefolosha T. Sefolosha
18
70
#79 PF 6' 5" 218 35 5/2/84 14th season
C
Tyson Chandler
Tyson Chandler T. Chandler
19
74
#84 C 3 6' 11" 238 37 10/2/82 19th season

2020 Top Houston Rockets Roster Questions

FAQ

Who Is The Rockets Head Coach?

Mike D'Antoni coaches the Houston Rockets, and he also played from 1973-1990. D'Antoni has been known for his elite offenses and has been very close to winning an NBA title. He has been coaching the Rockets since the 2016 season.

How Much Are The Rockets Worth?

The Houston Rockets rank 8th in the NBA in value as they were valued at $2.4 billion back in February of 2020. They were most recently purchased in 2017 and bought by Tilman Fertitta for $2.2 billion.

Who Owns The Rockets?

Tilman Fertitta owns the Houston Rockets and is an owner of the Golden Nugget Casino and the Landry’s restaurant chain. He purchased the Rockets for $2.2 billion right before the 2017 NBA season. He is top ten in net worth compared to other NBA owners.

Who Is The Rockets 6th Man?

Eric Gordon is the Rockets 6th man and has been for the last few seasons. Gordon plays 28 minutes a game off the bench and has averaged 14.5 points. He might occasionally draw a start when Harden or Westbrook is out.

What Is The Rockets Salary Cap?

The Houston Rockets have a salary cap of $127,603,930. Russell Westbrook and James Harden make up most of this salary, as they make up nearly 60% of the team's payroll. Only $1,337,167 will be spent as dead salary.

Who Did The Rockets Most Recently Trade For?

The Rockets most recently traded for Robert Covington. Daryl Morey has tried to be ahead of the curve in building a high scoring NBA offense and has done so. He takes it one step further by getting rid of Clint Capela.

Who Is The Highest Paid Rockets Player?

Russell Westbrook edges out James Harden as the Rockets highest-paid player. He will make $38,506,482 during the 2019-20 season, which is 30% of the Rockets salary. This contract was signed while he was playing for the Thunder.