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By signing Chris Paul back, it looks as though the Rockets are moving in the right direction to be a contender yet again next season.

The first real victor of this deal has got to be Chris Paul.

Paul of course injured his hamstring in the final minute of game five of the western conference finals against the eventual champion Golden State Warriors. Paul, James Harden and Co. should be one of the league's two to three best teams in 2018-19.

The Houston Rockets are reportedly turning their eye toward re-signing center Clint Capela during a busy start to free agency.

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Paul became a player of "Houston" in the summer of previous year - the former leader of the clippers franchise from Texas gave a pack of seven players, 661 thousand dollars, and the peak of the first round of 2018.

The veteran point guard confirmed reports of his return on Twitter Saturday night. Despite paying a heavy price, the Rockets' move paid dividends on the first year as they finished the regular season with a 65-17 record. Critics agreed that a 33 year old Chris Paul still posed the greater threat. He averaged 11.7 points, 4.4 rebounds and 1.5 steals per game in 67 contests while often defending opposing teams' top-scoring wing.

Aside from Paul, the Rockets also kept key swingman Gerald Green via a one-year deal worth $2.4 million.

The Rockets drafted Capela 25th overall in 2014 and, after playing just 12 games as a rookie, he's improved each season.


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