Ranking the best options for both the Rockets and PJ Tucker

P.J. Tucker #17 of the Houston Rockets (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
P.J. Tucker #17 of the Houston Rockets (Photo by Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)
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Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Tyler Herro #14 of the Miami Heat (Photo by Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)

The team with the most to offer the Houston Rockets for P.J. Tucker

As previously stated, the Houston Rockets have their eyes set on more valuable pieces, which is why Miami is the best option of the three.

For starters, Houston could get Tyler Herro, a 3-point sniper who also showed the ability to be quite the facilitator when needed. At just 21, Herro still has a lot of room to grow even more, along with Kevin Porter Jr.

If not, then try Duncan Robinson. A year after making 200 plus 3-point attempts on over an efficient 40 percent clip, his stock couldn’t be higher. Then there’s Kendrick Nunn, who like Duncan Robinson, has had his stock skyrocket due to making the most of his opportunity.

All in all, the Houston Rockets could use any one of these guys mentioned in this article. Horton-Tucker could be one of those all-around hustle guys that doesn’t do one thing great, but many things good.

Bobby Portis and D.J. Wilson could offer size and athleticism with a potential 3-point shot coming along the way. Jordon Nwora is just a professional scorer on all levels, Duncan Robinson and Tyler Herro could be all-time 3-point shot takers and makers, and Nunn would just give the Rockets a reliable second playmaker.

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Whatever the deal, whatever the team, the Houston Rockets have options. So, Rafael Stone, now it’s up to you.

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