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By JULIE TAKAHASHI, SportsRadio 610
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Houston (CBS Houston)– Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced Monday that the Rockets have waived center Marcus Camby and guard Reggie Williams.

Camby, who turns 40 in March, suffered a torn plantar fascia injury and will likely require surgery. The Rockets signed the former Defensive Player of the Year this offseason for depth.

Williams, who is in his fourth year, was also waived after he was healthy and still landed on the DNP list for the final preseason game at Memphis on Friday.

With these moves the Rockets roster is cut-down to 15 players, below is Houston’s roster for the 2013-14 Opening Night as they host the Charlotte Bobcats, tip-off is at 7 p.m., October 30.

Houston Rockets 2013-14 Roster
Name                             Pos.
Omer Asik                     C
Patrick Beverley          G
Ronnie Brewer             F
Aaron Brooks               G
Isaiah Canaan              G
Omri Casspi                  F
Robert Covington      F
Francisco Garcia          G/F
James Harden              G
Dwight Howard           C
Terrence Jones             F
Jeremy Lin                     G
Donatas Motiejunas  F/C
Chandler Parsons       F
Greg Smith                    F/C

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