Netease Sports reported on October 16:
The resignation of general manager Darrell Morey has caused heated discussions in the NBA, and many people don't think this is an unexpected move.
For many years, Morey has had a bad reputation in the NBA circle, and when his Twitter on the Hong Kong issue in October last year caused the shareholders of 30 NBA teams to suffer losses, the opinions of the NBA inside him were even greater.
But what's interesting is that whether it was last October or when the Rockets were out of the playoffs this year, the Rockets executives (ie the CEO and boss above Morey) made it clear that they would not fire Morey and let him leave.
It is true that Morey is not really "fired" now, but considering his new 5-year contract and his age, it is hard to imagine that he does not want to continue in this position. What's more, after improper Twitter, the broker has the power to disclose to the media that Morey had asked for help and did not want to be "rectified" from get out of class.
In the end, Morey left before the Rockets promised not to fire him. This terrible ending is the same as last year
Last year the Rockets also promised to continue to
Today, ESPN experts also revealed that about
The question now is that the Rockets' various show operations over the years have greatly disgusted them. Without Morey, can they reverse their image? If it is still difficult to attract free agents, what will Harden do in the future?