Rockets waive C Marcus Camby.
Marcus Camby (torn plantar fascia) intends to play in the NBA this season once his foot heals.
Rockets C Marcus Camby will miss two to three months after undergoing plantar fascia left foot surgery on Friday.
The Rockets will waive Marcus Camby (foot) on Monday.
Marcus Camby (torn plantar fascia) is still rehabbing his injury, although it sounds like surgery may be inevitable, as Camby says he's tried "everything else."
Marcus Camby (torn plantar fascia) will consult with doctors on Friday to discuss potential surgery.
Marcus Camby has a torn plantar fascia and will miss at least another two weeks.
Big men Marcus Camby and Greg Smith will not be ready to practice with the Rockets on Saturday, the team's first official practice of the season.
Kevin McHale told Marcus Camby that there will be games this season in which he won't leave the Rockets' bench.
Rockets signed Marcus Camby to a one-year contract worth the veteran's minimum.
The Rockets and Bulls are reportedly showing the most interest in free agent C Marcus Camby.
Marcus Camby recently met with the team doctors of the Rockets and passed their physical.
Marcus Camby has officially cleared waivers and he's being pursued by the Bulls, Clippers, Heat and Rockets.
The Rockets are the "leading contender" to sign Marcus Camby once his buyout is complete, according to his agent, Rick Kaplan.