While there's much speculation as to what will transpire with the Houston Rockets this season, John Wall is prepared to make the most of his time next to his new co-star James Harden.

Wall and Harden have been very communicative, with Wall even stating that he fully expects for Harden to remain a part of the Rockets organization this season, according to The New York Times' Marc Stein:

While Wall and Harden may be getting off on the right foot in their chemistry, it doesn't appear that way for Harden and the Houston brass. Harden has yet to show up to the Rockets' training facilities, which he was required to do by either Nov. 28 or Nov. 30.

Harden has however been seen about multiple times at night clubs with some prominent figures, primarily rapper Lil' Baby. His inconsiderateness for the teams' well-being isn't something that'll soothe the front office or Rockets fans for the upcoming season.

Rockets head coach Stephen Silas has often repeated that his ultimate desire is to coach Harden this season, allowing the team to see how far it can truly go with Wall in the backcourt along with newcomer DeMarcus Cousins.

The Rockets elected to trade Russell Westbrook last week after multiple reports had surfaced of the former MVP's uneasiness in Houston. As many predicted, the usage rate for Westbrook and Harden together simply wouldn't translate into actual success.

Though a Wall-for-Westbrook trade had once surfaced while the rumors were at their peak, many had assumed that the Rockets had decided to head into training camp with both Westbrook and Harden, which could've made for an awkward season.

The Rockets face one of the more uncertain futures among the 16 NBA teams which played in the first round of the bubble playoffs a few months ago. How Harden, Wall, and the other pieces fit together will be an item of immense interest in the world of professional basketball.