The Ty Lawson experiment with the Houston Rockets appears to be over soon with reports that the Texas franchise is making the veteran point guard available for trades in the current 2015-2016 NBA Season.

Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports is confirming, via unnamed sources, that Lawson, who was acquired in an offseason trade by the Rockets with the Denver Nuggets, is available for trades especially with the point guard struggling to find his role with the current Rockets squad.

According to the report, both the Rockets’ front office and Lawson’s representatives are in agreement that exploring a trade from Houston will be good for both the Rockets and the point guard’s career especially with Lawson struggling to fit in the Rockets’ schemes this season.

Lawson is currently suspended for two games by the league for his involvement in a driving while impaired case with a hearing set for January and he’s at risk of being jailed for 180 days if found guilty.

The 28-year-old point guard, who is playing in his 6th NBA season, is averaging career-lows of 5.9 points and 1.9 rebounds in 26 games played this season with 4.2 assists and 25.2 minutes, lowest since his rookie year in Denver.

The Rockets are also struggling this season with a 13-14 win record so far this year, just in seventh place in the Western Conference.

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