Chris Paul Signs Four-Year $160 Max Deal With Houston Rockets

How the Rockets should convince Le Bron James to sign with them

How the Rockets should convince Le Bron James to sign with them

Chris Paul tweeted that he has "unfinished business" in Houston.

The Rockets had their best regular season in franchise history with Paul and NBA MVP James Harden leading the way. The Rockets lost to the Warriors in Game 7 of the Western Conference finals.

Chris Paul isn't going anywhere, Rockets fans.

The Houston Rockets are reportedly turning their eye toward re-signing center Clint Capela during a busy start to free agency. In the playoffs 33-year-old point guard were given as 21.1 points and 5.9 rebounds and 5.8 assists.

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The Rockets also will bring back swingman Gerald Green on a one-year minimum salary contract worth $2.4 million, according to multiple reports Sunday. Paul missed least 20 games in each of the past two seasons due to different injuries.

During the first day of the National Basketball Association free agency period, the Houston Rockets re-signed two key players, but lost a critical piece on the defensive side. Point guard playing in the League since the season 2005-2006.

Clint Capela is a restricted free agent, meaning the Rockets can still retain him by simply matching any offer the big man would fetch in the market. Last season, Capela averaged 13.9 points and 10.8 boards in 74 games.

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