Chandler Parsons is a star in the making, guys. Second season, and he's producing 16/5/4 on 49% FG and 39% 3PT, with minimum turnovers and smart shots.
The guy has potential to become an all-star down the road, at least once...definitely not a superstar or a franchise player, but all-star is not out of the question.
Meanwhile, in a couple of seasons, we may be calling James Harden the best two-guard in the NBA.
Jeremy Lin isn't the player he was for the limited games he had as a starter in New York (around 20-30 games), but life becomes easier for him with three stars on the roster, one being a superstar (Howard), one a borderline superstar (Harden), and the other a borderline all-star (Parsons). He still gave Houston 13/6 on 44% FG last year, but most importantly, he was handling the ball a bit less and not turning the ball over as frequently as he did in New York (where, at one point, even though he was putting up crazy numbers, his turnovers were laughable).
Then you have Thomas Robinson, who still has potential to be a productive player in this league (and future starter), with Omer Asik being a legitimate backup for Howard.
Does it all come together when I mention that the Rockets are coached by one of the best offensive big men in the history of the game?
Houston is, clearly, the best option for Dwight. Not that I want to see him go there, but honestly, it's the best decision he would make in his career.