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James Harden

Houston Rockets – James Harden Doesn’t Need Dwight Howard in the Preseason

Posted on 10 Oct, 2014, by in Basketball

Sometimes it feels as if James Harden would be even better if there was no one he actually needed to share the ball with. Without Dwight Howard, he led the Houston Rockets to a 113-93 win over the Memphis Grizzlies in the preseason, having no problem standing out and separating himself from the rest of performers on the court. More

James Harden

Houston Rockets – James Harden Doesn’t Change One Bit

Posted on 8 Oct, 2014, by in Basketball

The focal point of the preseason opener for both the Dallas Mavericks and the Houston Rockets was Chandler Parsons playing quite well against his former team, but the best player on the floor was James Harden, who doesn’t seem like a changed player for good and bad despite a summer of improved responsibility with the national team. More

Kevin McHale

Houston Rockets – Kevin McHale Shouldn’t be the Head Coach After This Season

Posted on 7 Oct, 2014, by in Basketball

The Houston Rockets have something of a depressing year ahead due to the negative turnover in talent during the offseason. But there is a silver lining: Kevin McHale might be gone by the end of the season, unless they foolishly decide to renew his contract. More

Ramon Sessions

NBA Rumors – Houston Rockets Trying to Sign Ramon Sessions

Posted on 26 Aug, 2014, by in Basketball

Despite having quite a few point guard-ish players on the roster and one shooting guard that doesn’t let go of the ball, the Houston Rockets are trying to add another one, possibly initiating a sign-and-trade deal with the Milwaukee Bucks for Ramon Sessions. More

James Harden

Houston Rockets – Jeremy Lin as an Example of Why James Harden Isn’t Close to the Best

Posted on 20 Aug, 2014, by in Basketball

It’s good to have confidence, but James Harden saying about himself that he’s the best player in the NBA is closer to comedy material, when you consider he’s probably the main reason the Houston Rockets lost to the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round of the playoffs, and being “so good” is part of why Jeremy Lin was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers. More

Jeremy Lin

Los Angeles Lakers – Jeremy Lin & Kobe Bryant Get a Revenge Season Opener

Posted on 14 Aug, 2014, by in Basketball

The Los Angeles Lakers will play their first game of the 2014-2015 NBA Season against the Houston Rockets. This means Jeremy Lin will play his first game on his new team against the old one, while Kobe Bryant, back from a long injury that kept out from most of last season, will play against Dwight Howard for the first time since their turbulent time together. More

Chandler Parsons, James Harden

Houston Rockets – James Harden Comes Across as Selfish & Arrogant

Posted on 25 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball

So in order to give James Harden and Dwight Howard full control and possibly a third star to join them, the Houston Rockets, led by the Daryl Morey and Kevin McHale tandem, drove away Jeremy Lin, Omer Asik and Chandler Parsons. Now they’re stuck with inferior team to the previous version, not to mention having less appeal towards stars they actually tried to sign this summer. More

James Harden

Houston Rockets – James Harden Isn’t as Good as he Thinks he Is

Posted on 24 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball

Listening to James Harden makes you think that the Houston Rockets actually got better by losing Omer Asik, Jeremy Lin and Chandler Parsons in this free agency period. Looking over their roster while ignoring his not so wise words, you see that the truth is completely different. More

Shawn Marion

NBA Rumors – Houston Rockets Should Sign Shawn Marion

Posted on 23 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball

It’s quite perplexing to see Shawn Marion still available, with no team picking him up off of free agency. The Dallas Mavericks are making an effort to retain him, but a more interesting opportunity for him might be the Houston Rockets, who should have made a move already. More

Carlos Boozer

NBA Rumors – Houston Rockets, Charlotte Hornets & Atlanta Hawks Interested in Signing Carlos Boozer

Posted on 17 Jul, 2014, by in Basketball

As a free agent who won’t be looking to make a lot of money, Carlos Boozer is going to get interest from at least half the NBA. However, currently on waiver process, it’s about who bids the most, and it seems like the Houston Rockets, Charlotte Hornets and the Atlanta Hawks could make a move before he becomes an unattached, completely free agent. More