Houston is looking to add another major piece.
The Houston Rockets have already landed Chris Paul this off-season but they're not done making moves yet.
In an effort to form a super team in H-Town, the Rockets have reportedly targeted two veteran All-Star forwards who could play alongside CP3 and James Harden.
According to ESPN's Tim MacMahon, Houston believes they are getting either Carmelo Anthony or Paul George.
If Melo secures a buyout with the Knicks the Rockets could sign him as a free agent, although he'd certainly have interest in teaming up with LeBron in Cleveland should the situation present itself. Houston could also look to acquire Anthony via trade, though he has that no-trade clause, and he's not exactly the best of friends with Houston's head coach Mike D'Antoni.
As for Paul George, who is still under contract with Indiana for one more season, Houston would need to pull off a trade that would reportedly center around Indiana native Eric Gordon, Trevor Ariza and future draft picks.
Source on Rockets: "They think they are getting Carmelo or Paul George."— Tim MacMahon (@espn_macmahon) June 28, 2017