Now the time for the opening of the NBA free agent market is getting closer and closer. After the free agent market opens, for the general managers of each NBA team
That being said, the challenge really begins.
And what we care about is actually those stars and those teams.
But in fact, in addition to signing big-name players, Taobao is actually another way for the team to strengthen in the undrafted draft. For example, this year’s championship Raptors, they found Van Vleet among the undrafted players.
The Raptors played a big role in winning the championship, especially in the finals.
So now Taobao is also an important way for the team to strengthen in the undrafted draft. A few days ago, the Rockets signed several undrafted players, one of which was Chris Clemens, who was 1.75 meters tall.
In a recent interview, he talked about his mood and the state of the team when the Rockets signed him: "The Rockets really like me, they really want to give me a chance to enter the team’s final squad, I think I have a good chance to do it.
At this point, it is a blessing to get such an opportunity after losing the draft, and I am very excited about it." From Clemens’ words, we can know that the Rockets still like the NCAA divisional scoring champion very much, although he is only 1.75 tall.
Mi, but his physical fitness and playing skills are indeed very comprehensive, which is why the Rockets chose to sign him immediately after the draft night.
Clemens is 21 years old, 1.75 meters tall and weighs 82 kilograms. He is from Campbell University and will play for the Rockets in the Summer League.
In the 2018-19 season, Clemens averaged 36.6 minutes per game at Campbell University, scoring 30.1 points, 5.1 rebounds, 2.9 assists and 1.5 steals.
From here we can see that this player has a very strong scoring ability. Even though his height is only 1.75, even if he is only in a small school, he can still average 30 points per game and become the scoring champion. This is not easy.
Perhaps his height restricted him from being selected in the draft, but if he can perform well in the next summer league, then he is still very likely to stay on the team. If the Rockets can’t find him in the free agent market this year
If he is a good player, then Clemens is likely to become the Rockets’ backup point guard next season. Keep going, boy!