The Houston Rockets are hitting the reset button as the Mike D'Antoni and Daryl Morey era comes to an end with both parting ways with the organization after their second-round playoff loss to the Los Angeles Lakers. The next person that could be exiting the organization is Russell Westbrook - if the New York Knicks have it their way. 

While the Rockets haven't made Westbrook available, the odd fit between he and James Harden leaves many analysts believing Russ could end up on the market. If he is made available, the Knicks are slated to be a top suitor. According to SNY's Ian Begley: 

"Something else to keep an eye on: some agents who represent top point guard free agents believe the Knicks would poke around on a potential Russell Westbrook trade if Houston makes him available. It's worth noting that Westbrook, per sources, saw New York as a welcome landing spot last summer when Oklahoma City was talking to teams about potential trades."