On ESPN SportCenter (39 minutes into the show), David Aldridge in his NBA Beat piece talks about the Rockets' "Big Three" and how Houston is reeling over injuries. At the end, he says the Rockets have expressed a mild interest in the Bucks' Armon Gilliam and have called Phoenix just like every other team about Steve Nash. If in fact the Rockets are pursuing Gilliam, then most likely the Rockets are seriously shopping Kevin Willis to land a point guard. Don't expect the Suns to do the Rockets any favors. They are well aware the only thing they have over their nemesis in Houston is talent at the PG slot. No way they trade the Rocks Nash. As for Gilliam, he is raking down $12 million over 4 years and is a free agent in 2000. It is believed that he makes $2.78 million this season. There have been rumors of the Bucks shopping Elliot Perry so they might have a point guard slot open... are they thinking of taking the bait of Brent Price?