The Houston Rockets will waive injured center Marcus Camby on Monday. Camby, 39, has no plans to retire and may stay in Houston to work with big men while rehabbing his foot.
According to the Houston Chronicle:
The Rockets will waive center Marcus Camby on Monday, a person with knowledge of the decision said Sunday. Camby had been unable to come back from a torn plantar fascia tissue which has kept him out throughout the preseason.
Camby’s agent, Rick Kaplan, confirmed the decision and said Camby does not intend to retire.
According to another person with knowledge of discussions between Camby and the team, Camby will consider remaining with the team to work with the Rockets’ big men.