The Houston Rockets will have an interesting go of it in the 2012 NBA Draft, with the 14th pick and 16th pick respectively in their ownership. There has been plenty of speculation on who they'll draft, who could they trade with and what they'll do about possible free agents this off-season.
One person who has drawn the interest of the Rockets who will audition in the coming days is Temple guard Ramone Moore. Moore, a 6-4 guard with a 6-9 wingspan, has plenty of accolades on his resume. Moore was the Atlantic-10 Sixth Man of the Year as a sophomore. As a junior, he made All-Atlantic 10 Second Team.
Moore did not receive an invite to the pre-draft combine but has been linked to the Rockets, Milwaukee Bucks and Philadelphia 76ers. If Houston acquired picks in the second-round, then Moore could be theirs in the draft.
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