The Houston Rockets shot-callers have some big decisions facing them next month when the 2022 NBA Draft kicks off at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. However, it appears that Rockets GM Rafael Stone, owner Tilman Fertitta, and coach Steve Silas won't be the only ones with decision-making capabilities on Draft Night. During his recent appearance on the Bill Simmons Podcast, Green was asked if he would be consulted when the Rockets make their selection at No.
The Houston Rockets have released a statement in the wake of the school shooting that killed at least 20 people - including 19 children - in Uvalde, Texas at Robb Elementary. This latest shooting comes just 10 days after the grocery store shooting in Buffalo and almost 10 years since the grisly Sandy Hook school shooting in Newton, Connecticut. Our heartfelt thoughts are with the victims, their families, and the Uvalde community,” the team said in a statement.
I listened to today’s episode of the BS Podcast that featured Green as a guest and here are some things I took away from our budding star: Simmons suggested that he feels that the March overtime thriller versus LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers was a pivotal point for Green, to which Green agreed. This game certainly was a good one, and especially for Green, who at the time, set a career high in scoring with 32.