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Mavericks Over Rockets – Delaying the Inevitable

Posted on 27 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

The Dallas Mavericks aren’t ready to go home, beating the Houston Rockets 121-109 to make it 3-1 in the series, as the insertion of J.J. Barea and Al-Farouq Aminu into the lineup seems to be something their opponents have yet to come to grips with. More

NBA Playoffs – Rockets vs Mavericks Game 4 Predictions

Posted on 26 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

Another series that can end in a sweep despite early expectations is the #2 vs #7 in the West, as the Houston Rockets approach game 4 knowing they can wrap things up against an injured, almost falling apart Dallas Mavericks. More

NBA Playoffs – Houston Rockets Finally Get James Harden in MVP Form

Posted on 25 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

Things were going well without James Harden exploding, but the Houston Rockets need him to play like the best player in the league from time to time, and got exactly that in a 130-128 win over the Dallas Mavericks in game 3 to take a 3-0 lead in their playoff series. More

Rockets Beat Mavericks – James Harden & the Usual Help From His Friends

Posted on 3 Apr, 2015, by in NBA

In a game that meant a lot more to the Houston Rockets than the Dallas Mavericks, James Harden didn’t need to do something very special following his career night, relying on his teammates to carry him en route to a 108-101 victory. More

Houston Rockets – James Harden Can’t Keep Carrying Them Alone

Posted on 21 Feb, 2015, by in NBA

The Dallas Mavericks look impressive at times, but they won’t win the NBA championship. Not even close. Their 111-100 victory against the Houston Rockets was more of a spotlight on James Harden carrying a team on his own into another disappointing playoff finish more than anything else. More

Houston Rockets – James Harden Doesn’t Change One Bit

Posted on 8 Oct, 2014, by in NBA

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