Rockets roll the dice on big name in free agency

Rockets seem willing to take some chances. Photo by Getty Images.

According to several reports, DeMarcus Cousins has agreed to a one-year deal with the Houston Rockets. Cousins has dealt with his fair share of injuries over the past few years, including an Achilles and ACL tear. Cousins last played 30 games in the 2018-2019 season for the Golden State Warriors. Clearly, the Rockets are looking to add more size after signing Christian Wood to a contract over the weekend.

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After the Carolina Panthers traded in front of the Texans to secure the No. 1 pick last week, many are now assuming the Texans are going to take either Bryce Young or CJ Stroud with the No.2 overall pick.

But before that trade was made, many believed Alabama edge rusher Will Anderson could be in play for the Texans. With that in mind, could the Texans swerve everyone on draft day and select Anderson?

Furthermore, if Bryce Young is off the board, and the Texans don't want to draft CJ Stroud because he's represented by Deshaun Watson's agent, which scenario is more likely?

The Texans trade back, or take Anderson at No.2?

Be sure to watch the video above as we cover all the angles and offer some scenarios that have yet to be covered.

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