That means a familiar face likely returns to Houston – Jason Terry.
Marc Berman of Fox 26:
The Rockets hold Terry’s Bird Rights, so they can exceed the cap to re-sign him. It shouldn’t take much more than a minimum contract, though they have the flexibility to give him a little more.
Terry should probably pursue a one-year contract. That would allow him to jump to another contender next summer if Houston doesn’t present the best place to ring chase. It would also mean he must consent to being traded, because he’d be on a one-year contract with Bird Rights afterward.
Terry would provide nice depth for the Rockets. He can play either guard spot and would provide a scoring spark behind James Harden, Patrick Beverley and Lawson. Terry turns 38 before the season begins, but he started for Houston at point guard as it advanced to the Western Conference finals. He can still play, and the Rockets would be well served to bring him back.