HoopsHype Troy Daniels rumors

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"I don’t see him as a call-up. A guy like Jimmer Fredette can get his own shot off the bounce a little better. Jimmer also plays the pick-and-roll a little bit. The real comparison is Troy Daniels, from last year. He played at Rio Grande, which also played that kind of fast pace. His numbers were inflated. The difference is Troy is a legit 6-4, 6-5. This guy is just too small." Sports Illustrated

July 14, 2014 Updates

Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has re-signed restricted free agent guard Troy Daniels to a multi-year deal. Daniels (6-4, 200, VCU) hit the game-winning three-pointer against the Portland Trailblazers in Game 3 of the first round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs, averaging 7.8 points and 2.3 rebounds in that series. NBA.com

Jonathan Feigen: Rockets finalizing a deal to sign guard Troy Daniels today, a source said. Daniels was a restricted free agent who excelled in the D-League before giving Rockets a needed boost in playoffs, including a game-winner. Twitter @Jonathan_Feigen

Shams Charania: Rockets RFA Troy Daniels agreed to a fully guaranteed two-year contract with Houston, sources tell RealGM. Chronicle first reported deal. Twitter @ShamsCharania

July 12, 2014 Updates

Shams Charania: Houston restricted free agent Troy Daniels is in strong discussions on a possible deal with the Rockets, league sources tell RealGM. Troy Daniels has grown comfortable in sharpshooting role for the Rockets, and both sides working to re-sign him soon, sources tell RealGM. Twitter @ShamsCharania

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Remember when Trail Blazers guard Maurice Williams got in the face of Rockets rookie Troy Daniels following Game 4 of the Trail Blazers-Rockets series? It was really strange, because there was no clear reason for Williams to be upset with Daniels. Daniels was the unlikely hero of Game 3, and he made 4-of-5 3-pointers in Game 4. But he’d had no apparent issues with Williams to that point. Portland won the series in six games, and it seemed the feud would remain a mystery. But Williams is spilling the beans. Mo Williams on NBA TV: "My thing was, let me get him some attention. Let me get the reporters in his locker room asking him questions about me that has nothing to do with the game. Now, all his homeboys got to call him – all his friends, his mom, his sister, everybody. ‘What’s going on? Is something wrong with you guys?’ ‘There’s nothing wrong with us.’ The thing is, it’s all a tactic." NBCSports.com

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