On Tuesday, Houston Rockets legend James Harden was dealt to the LA Clippers, which ended the stare-down between The Beard and former Rockets GM Daryl Morey. Harden had been pushing for a trade to the Clips since the summer after contract negotiations fell apart with the Sixers' front office.
The trade was inevitable based on Harden's history of getting his way time and time again, which I outlined months ago. Rockets fans were able to watch the chaos from afar, as Rockets coach Ime Udoka opted against bringing Harden back into the fray.
How the Rockets stand to benefit from the latest James Harden trade
But although the chapter is closed on Uno returning to the Space City, Tuesday's trade could have a huge impact on the Rockets. This is because the deal paved the way for the team to address one of their biggest weaknesses: a lack of formidable 3-point shooters.
With that being said, let's take a look at two players who could be available for the Rockets following Tuesday's big trade.