The Houston Rockets and Cleveland Cavs game on Sunday afternoon was a very heated affair, and during the third quarter James Harden took it to another level.
Isaiah Canaan did not have his head on a swivel.
In case you missed it, the Detroit Pistons have basically turned into a juggernaut since jettisoning veteran deep-ball chucker Josh Smith in mid-December.
Dwight Howard and Kevin Garnett got tangled up under the basket as Howard was looking for an in-bounds pass in the early minutes of Monday night’s game between the Houston Rockets and the Brooklyn Nets.
Sometimes, a little begging can go a long way as evidenced by this exchange between one young Rockets fan and James Harden.
Houston’s FOX affiliate KRIV is either lazy, has no NBA fans on staff, doesn’t know the difference between video games and real life or simply thought it’d be hilarious to include an NBA2K photo in reporting a Rockets trade.
The Ghost of Rudy Gay’s Past made a visit to Sacramento Thursday night and the result wasn’t pretty.
If you’re familiar with the eleven minute “highlight” reel of James Harden not playing defense, you probably think I’m kidding with that headline. But I’m not.
The hottest NBA compilation of last season was an eleven-minute tribute to James Harden, in which the Houston Rockets guard was seen acting rather lackadaisical on the defensive side of the ball.
Post by FOX Sports 1. Dwight Howard can’t help but catch the ire of NBA players and personalities. Earlier this year, people didn’t blink much when he and Kobe Bryant got into a spat because no one expected that meeting to go particularly well. But then Kevin Durant got into the act of calling out
Sunday’s game between the Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder was a low-scoring and heated battle between two teams who expect to see a lot of each other in the coming months. Things came to a boil in the fourth quarter when the Rockets’ Patrick Beverley got incredibly close to one of the referees.
The Houston Rockets faced a lot of questions heading into this season after a summer that saw Chandler Parsons suddenly bolt for Dallas, while Dwight Howard’s co-Twin Tower Omer Asik headed to New Orleans. Losing Asik wasn’t a big surprise, as he had pouted his way through most of last season, but letting Parsons go