The Houston Rockets added Dwight Howard to a talented young team that made the playoffs last season, but their roster remains a work in progress.
"We're not all the way there, we're not a finished team," Daryl Morey said. "We're going to be experimenting. We want to be a great team by mid-April."
Omer Asik is the player on the Rockets' roster most likely to be dealt due to his overlap with Howard and perceived value around the NBA.
Kevin McHale plans on experimenting with playing Howard and Asik together though.
"If it works really well, it'll be a lot. If it looks like crap, it won't be much," McHale said of how much he'll play his two true centers. "We're going to find out and we're going to give it every opportunity to work."