The Houston Rockets will release Marcus Camby on Monday.

Camby has been injured with a torn plantar fascia tissue and plans to continue rehabilitating in hopes of returning to the NBA this season.

“Without a doubt, Marcus plans to rehab next few months and come back and play this season for the Rockets or somebody,” agent Rick Kaplan said.

Camby, 39, has a fully-guaranteed one-year contract worth $1.4 million ($884,000 will count against the Rockets salary cap.)

The Rockets will have to make one more move cut to the roster to get down to 15 by Monday’s 4 p.m. deadline. Guard Reggie Williams was the only healthy player that did not play Friday in Memphis.