The Houston Rockets are rightfully disgusted by Kevin Porter Jr.'s recent actions in a Manhattan hotel. The franchise wants to cut ties with him immediately and the NBA's domestic violence policy prevents them from doing so unless the team is able to trade him.
The franchise invested alot in Porter over the last three seasons and legitimately tried to surround him with the necessary resources to help him. So much that Porter himself admitted that the franchise saved his life.
Now it's time to dead his Rockets career.
And truthfully, Porter's NBA career is also over. There's no bouncing back from this.
No team will want to do what the Rockets did and take a chance on him.
The details of Porter's attack last weekend are gruesome. And that's an understatement.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver described them as horrific. And that's also an understatement.
Any team that trades for him will be immediately releasing him. He doesn't deserve to wear an NBA uniform.
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And as I've stated previously, he doesn't even deserve to be on the Commissioner's List.
And any team that acquires him via trade will be subsequently releasing him. For this reason, the Rockets will have to attach draft capital to sweeten any potential deal.
Several teams should legitimately look into this, as it would allow them to offload one of their bloated contracts in exchange for draft compensation.
One of the teams that should consider such a proposition is the Dallas Mavericks. Let's take a look at what a potential deal could look like.