Veteran forward Robert Covington appears headed to his fourth team in just over two years as the Houston Rockets agreed to a trade that would send him to the Portland Trail Blazers, ESPN reported Monday.
The Rockets reportedly would receive the 16th overall pick in Wednesday’s NBA draft, another future first-round draft pick and veteran swingman Trevor Ariza in exchange for Covington.
The deal won’t be completed until after the draft, per ESPN.
Covington, 29, rejoined the Rockets in February as part of a four-team trade that sent him out of Minnesota. He opened his NBA career by playing seven games for Houston in 2013-14 before spending the next 4 1/2 seasons with the Philad…
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