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The Houston Rockets have waived guards Angel Rodriguez and Brandon Sampson and forwards Bruno Caboclo and Tim Bond, according to Jonathan Feigen of The Houston Chronicle.
In addition, Houston is planning on converting Vince Edwards and Gary Clark to two-way players, Feigen reports.
Edwards was a second-round draft choice of the Utah Jazz in June, but was immediately dealt to the Rockets.
Clark, undrafted out of Cincinnati, signed with Houston.
The two will now split the season between the Rockets and their G League affiliate, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
Caboclo played in 37 games for the Toronto Raptors over the course of the last four seasons. Rodriguez, Sampson and Bond were brought to camp on Exhibit 10 deals, meaning they will have the opportunity to be affiliate players with Rio Grande.
The moves mean Houston will have an open spot on its 15-man roster, allowing it flexibility in terms of adding a player and financial flexibility.