HoopsHype Francisco Garcia rumors

August 22, 2014 Updates

Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced that the team has re-signed unrestricted free agent guard/forward Francisco Garcia. Garcia (6-7, 195, Louisville) has averaged 8.0 points, 2.6 rebounds and 1.4 assists in 535 career games (137 starts) with Sacramento and Houston. Last season with the Rockets, Garcia averaged 5.7 points, 2.2 rebounds, and 1.1 assists in 19.7 minutes. NBA.com

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Rockets free agent guard Francisco Garcia is considering the Rockets among a group of teams interested in signing him, his agent said on Thursday. Garcia’s agent, Aaron Goodwin, would not specify the teams Garcia is considering. There have been reports that the Utah Jazz have been interested, but Goodwin said Garcia is seeking a chance to compete for a championship. Houston Chronicle

“We’ve talked about him,” Goodwin said of conversations with the Rockets. “Francisco is just looking for the opportunity to continue to play toward a championship. We’re looking through his options, seeing what would be the best opportunities for him. He definitely has interest in the Rockets.” Houston Chronicle

July 19, 2014 Updates

Tony Jones: Jazz would like one more shooter on the wing as well. Name I keep hearing is Francisco Garcia Twitter @Tjonessltrib

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Sam Amick: Addendum No. 2 on Houston (a day after No. 1): Agent Aaron Goodwin says Francisco Garcia still intends to pass up $1.3 ml option for '14-15. Every little bit of $ helps, & Garcia's choice gives Rockets that much more flexibility as they try for free agency full court shot. Twitter @sam_amick

May 21, 2014 Updates

Barring an unforeseen change in direction, Houston Rockets small forward Francisco Garcia intends to opt out of the final year of his contract to become an unrestricted free agent this summer, league sources conveyed to CSNNW.com. CSNNW.com

One source with knowledge of the situation explained that the justification in doing so would be for the veteran to secure a multi-year deal. He is not against re-signing with Houston, we're told. CSNNW.com

May 5, 2014 Updates

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