The championship-aspiring Philadelphia 76ers saw their 2019-20 campaign come to an abrupt, embarrassing end with a first-round playoff exit at the hands of rivals Boston Celtics. This wasn't the plan when they acquired Josh Richardson and Al Horford last offseason, on top of extending Tobias Harris' contract.
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The biggest NBA trade in almost 20 years took place on Tuesday night. As reported by ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski, Clint Capela heads to the Atlanta Hawks, Robert Covington to the Houston Rockets. The Minnesota Timberwolves and Denver Nuggets are also involved in the deal.
With the trade deadline fast approaching, here are three players the Houston Rockets can acquire to strengthen their position in a loaded Western Conference.
The Philadelphia 76ers need to add shooting before the trade deadline next month and former Sixer Robert Covington might be the best option of the lot.
Tom Thibodeau should be delighted with the haul he received for Butler.