The NBA Draft is complete, but teams are still looking to make some roster changes, especially with so much talent available when free agents hit the market next month, but for Houston, trading away some talent might be required to sign another star.
Rumors have hit social media about a potential deal that would send Jeremy Lin to Golden State, a move that would likely cost the Warriors just a pick in next years draft.
Lin started his career in the Bay Area, but made a name for himself with a spectacular stint in New York, but with both the Rockets and Warriors looking to add more talent, landing a player like Lin couldn't hurt.
Houston is trying to rid themselves of salary cap space, a move that could land them LeBron James or Carmelo Anthony. The Rockets already have a solid duo with James Harden and Dwight Howard, but adding another All Star could make them the team to beat in the Western Conference next season.
With several players expected to change teams this summer, the landscape of the NBA could look much different next season, but for teams looking to win a title, adding at least one big name is imperative.