Rockets Add Fogg and McCamey

HOUSTON – Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey announced today that the team has signed rookie free agent guards Kyle Fogg and Demetri McCamey. The Rockets also announced that the team has waived guard Courtney Fortson.

Fogg (6-3, 188, Arizona), who saw action in one game with Houston during the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas, averaged 9.6 points (.404, 193-478 3FG), 2.8 rebounds and 2.2 assists in 139 games (119 starts) over four seasons at Arizona. He finished his career ranked in the school’s top-10 in six career statistical categories: games played (139/1st), 3-point field goals (193/T-4th), games started (119/T-5th), minutes played (3,829/7th), 3-point field goal attempts (478/8th) and 3-point field goal percentage (.404/8th). Fogg was also 22nd all-time in points scored (1,341). As a senior, Fogg was named First-Team All-Pac-12 Conference, was a member of the Pac-12 Conference All-Defensive Team, was a First-Team USBWA All-District IX pick, as well as a Pacific Life Pac-12 Conference All-Tournament Team selection.

McCamey (6-3, 200, Illinois) played in all five games with the Chicago Bulls during the 2012 NBA Summer League in Las Vegas. In 2011-12, McCamey saw time overseas with Mersin B.B. SK of the Turkish Basketball League and with Hapoel J-M of the Israel-Winner League. As a collegian, McCamey finished his four-year career at Illinois tied with Mike Tisdale for the most games played (139) in school history. He was also second in school annals and third in Big Ten history in assists (733) and ranked sixth on the all-time scoring list (1,718 points). He was the only active player in the nation during 2010-11 with at least 1,600 career points and 700 career assists, becoming just the second player in Big Ten history to reach both of those milestones. As a senior, McCamey earned Third-Team All-Big Ten from the coaches and media. He was also one of 10 finalists for the Cousy Award. McCamey actually ranked second in the nation in assists as a junior with a school-record 7.1 helpers per game in 2009-10.