Update Houston National player Daniel Theis changes from the Chicago Bulls to the Houston Rockets within the NBA. The Texans announced this on Saturday evening. The Rockets left the details of the German national basketball player’s contract open.
The move from national basketball player Daniel Theis to the Houston Rockets is perfect. The franchise from the professional league NBA announced the commitment of the 29-year-old on Saturday evening (local time) on their homepage. The Rockets did not provide any information about the term of the contract.
According to media reports, the center from Salzgitter will receive 35.6 million dollars (around 30 million euros) for a four-year contract. Theis moved to the Chicago Bulls in March after three and a half years with the Boston Celtics and had been without a contract since the end of the season.
“Daniel is a versatile center that is effective on both sides of the court,” said Rafael Stone, general manager of the Rockets: “We look forward to giving coach (Stephen, ed.) Silas even more flexibility.”
It is still unclear where Dennis Schröder (most recently Los Angeles Lakers), Isaiah Hartenstein (Cleveland Cavaliers) and the Olympic participants Isaac Bonga (Washington Wizards) and Moritz Wagner (Orlando Magic) will continue. Most recently there had been reports that Wagner was to receive a new two-year contract in Orlando. The club has not yet confirmed this.