Rockets Assign K.J. McDaniels to Rio Grande Valley
The Houston Rockets today re-assigned K.J. McDaniels to the Rio Grande Valley Vipers, the team's NBA D-League affiliate.
The assignment is the 61st of the 2015-16 campaign and McDaniels is one of 31 NBA players to have been assigned to the NBA D-League this season.
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