This past NBA off-season was the most eventful one in league history as we had stars change teams all across the league. Now that it’s over, let’s take a look at the Power Rankings and where the Rockets rank amongst the top teams.
The NBA off-season has largely ended, as the remaining moves will likely be veteran role players. Not only that, but not many teams have money left over. Both factors are the case for the Rockets who are capped out and still filling out the roster. This is why picking up Ben McLemore and adding Anthony Bennett make sense, as they are essentially capped out.
However, Houston can still make trades to upgrade their roster, as they did by swapping Chris Paul for Russell Westbrook. Recent rumors suggest that the Houston Rockets are looking to make a trade for Andre Iguodala, as are the Los Angeles Clippers.
Now that Kevin Durant and Andre Iguodala have left Golden State and the Lakers and Clippers have made massive upgrades to their roster, where do the Rockets rank amongst the top teams in the league? I’ve compiled a list of the top 10 teams across both conferences. Lets get started.