Rockets keep Danuel House with 3-year, $11.1 million deal
Danuel House is re-signing with the Houston Rockets—inking an $11 million contract over three years, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reports.
House has spent his brief NBA tenure with three teams in the last three seasons.
The 6-foot-7 wing will be another depth piece for the Rockets, along with re-signing wing Gerald Green, who are looking to shake things up this offseason by signing a third star to play alongside James Harden and Chris Paul.
House, 26, went undrafted in 2016 before signing with the Washington Wizards. He would later sign a two-way deal with the Phoenix Suns in 2017. After the season, House signed with the Golden State Warriors but found himself waived by the end of training camp. After falling out of favor with the Warriors, House found room with the Rockets, who signed him initially to a two-way contract before converting the Texas A&M product to a full deal that eventually expired this summer.
House averaged 9.4 points, 3.6 rebounds, and 1.0 assists per game in only 39 appearances with Clutch City. He played 25.1 minutes per game, shooting 46.8 percent from the floor, 41.6 percent from long range, and 78.9 percent from the charity stripe.
House played in seven of the Rockets’ playoffs games in 2019, chipping in 4.9 points per game.
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