Now unretired, Gerald Green to play for Houston’s G League affiliate

Now unretired, Gerald Green to play for Houston’s G League affiliate
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Now non-retired and no longer a member of the Houston coaching staff, Gerald Green is ineligible to play for the Rockets in the 2021-22 NBA season due to salary cap circumvention rules and the fact that he was already on the team’s payroll as a player development coach.

However, that doesn’t mean the team can’t use its resources to help longtime fan favorites win the NBA chance elsewhere.

to that end, Shams Al-Sharaniyah The Athletic reported Friday that Green will join the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the Houston branch of the NBA. If he plays well, the 35-year-old could become a candidate for a 10-day contract from another NBA team, as clubs have been awarding these players frequently this season due to the absence of COVID-19.

Even if Green was somehow an option for the Rockets, it wouldn’t seem like a good fit, however, in a season primarily concerned with evaluating younger options that could contribute in the coming years.

Thus, the Rockets are working with the Houston native — and a beloved player and sniper striker from the 2017-18 and 2018-19 teams — to help him find a suitable basketball.

Green says it shouldn’t happen Mark Berman It was from Fox 26 Houston that General Manager Raphael Stone had already informed him that his previous coaching job with the Rockets would still be available to return to.


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