Houston Rockets: Can Terrence Jones Be the Answer in 2014 Playoffs?

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Jan 18, 2014; Houston, TX, USA; Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones (6) reacts after a dunk during the first half against the Milwaukee Bucks at Toyota Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

The Houston Rockets have entered the rare territory of legitimate championship contenders. The storied franchise exits All-Star Weekend with a record of 36-17, which is good for third in the Western Conference.

As the postseason nears, however, the Rockets must address a position of need: power forward.

Terrence Jones is going to be a very special player. Not only is the former Kentucky Wildcats star a versatile big man who can provide production in a number of different areas, but he’s 22 years old and already a starter for a close-to-elite team.

The question is, can Jones be the answer at power forward for the Rockets come the playoffs?

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Topics: Dwight Howard, Ersan Ilyasova, Houston Rockets, Terrence Jones

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