This Clippers-Rockets Trade Is Focused On John Wall

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The Los Angeles Clippers remain championship contenders heading into the season while the Houston Rockets finished with the worst record in the NBA last year. This does not mean that the two sides could not match up for a trade.

The Clippers signed Kawhi Leonard to a new contract once he opted out of his deal. This is a move that was to be expected but looking at the business aspect of the game. Leonard is not interested in leaving Los Angeles and will continue to team up with Paul George in hopes of taking the Clippers to the next level.

Reggie Jackson is also back to control the top of the offense. This is a position that the clippers have had prioritized in recent years and could continue to add depth in a trade such as this one.

Houston made some big moves last season when James Harden and Russell Westbrook were moved. This set the team into a huge rebuild and that showed in the standings. The Rockets could be looking to unload more veteran names and that begins with the likes of John Wall and Eric Gordon.

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Houston drafted Jalen Green with the second-overall pick in this year’s draft and he is the new franchise player to build around. It will be interesting to see how the aggressive nature of the front office pays off for the team moving forward.

This is a blockbuster deal that would reshape both teams as they move toward their goals. Here is what that potential trade could look like between the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers in the future.

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