Report: James Ennis Agrees to Two-Year Deal with the Rockets

By Jorge Flores on July 11, 2018

The Houston Rockets have agreed to a two-year deal with James Ennis, according to Yahoo's Shams Charania. Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle confirmed that the deal is for the veteran minimum and that Ennis has a player option on the second year.

After essentially losing its entire Small Forward rotation with the departures of Trevor Ariza and Luc Mbah a Moute, the Rockets found themselves scrambling to replace the length, defense and shooting that Ariza and Luc brought to the table last season. James Ennis is known as a good defender and shot 36% from the three point line last season. 

Until a certain Melo-drama plays itself out in Oklahoma City, Ennis is poised to replace Ariza as starting Small Forward on what hopes to be another championship contending team.

Stay tuned to Red Nation Hoops for more from this offseason.

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