F - HOU
The Houston Rockets have agreed to a one-year, $6 million deal with Jeff Green.
After winning a championship in Denver, Green joins a younger Rockets team. He should be a good veteran piece on the court and in the locker room alongside Fred VanVleet for Houston. As far as his role goes, it'll likely be pretty similar to what it was with the Nuggets.
Jeff Green (hand) has been upgraded to questionable for Friday's game against the Indiana Pacers.
Green has missed a good chunk of time while trying to recover from a hand injury, but the team has upgraded him to questionable for Friday, indicating that he may be nearing a return. He will likely be on a minutes limit if he's active, but he could be a decent streaming option when the team fully ramps him up down the road.
Jeff Green (hand) is doubtful to play in Wednesday's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Green has been out for multiple games due to a hand injury, and he looks set to miss another game on Wednesday. He's listed as doubtful, but that upgrade in status actually indicates that he may be drawing closer to a return sometime in the near future. Until then, Zeke Nnaji should continue to get some extra work in the veteran's absence.
Jeff Green (hand) will remain out for Tuesday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers.
Green is still trying to recover from a hand injury that has knocked him out for a couple of weeks now. He will remain out on Tuesday, and he still has no clear timetable for his return. Zeke Nnaji should continue to pick up a few extra minutes for however long the veteran remains out.
Jeff Green (hand) will remain out for Sunday's game against the Orlando Magic.
Green has missed multiple weeks du to a hand injury, and he will be out once again on Saturday. There's still no clear timetable for his return, and he seems set to miss more time beyond this game. If that's the case, Zeke Nnaji may continue to see slightly more minutes in Green's extended absence.