Chandler Parsons may have talked “dirty” about Houston after facing his former team in the preseason opener, but the Rockets are not slinging any mud back. Patrick Beverly said at today’s practice, “It was fun. […]
Chandler Parsons left Houston for the Dallas Mavericks and a big contract this off-season as a restricted free-agent. The Rockets did not match the $46 million offer sheet the Mavericks put up for the forward. Parsons even commented about how he was surprised the Rockets didn’t try to re-sign him. The 6-foot-9 25-year-old doesn’t seem so broken up about leaving the fourth biggest city in the country for it’s neighbor to the north.
Mad Radio had a simulcast segment with 105.3 The Fan in Dallas and debated the Texans-Cowboys game, is there a Houston-Dallas rivalry, is Dallas worried about Tony Romo’s health and is Houston Houston upset Chandler Parsons left for Dallas
Despite losing Chandler Parsons, Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik this offseason, Dwight Howard is fully confident the Houston Rockets have a title run in them in 2014-15. “No doubt,” Howard said Saturday at his youth […]
Dwight Howard and James Harden won’t have to wait long to try to back up their comments about Chandler Parsons this offseason. The Houston Rockets will open the preseason on Oct. 7 against the team they lost […]
Surprise, surprise: Daryl Morey, James Harden and a grand master plan weren’t the only reasons Dwight Howard left the Los Angeles Lakers to join the Houston Rockets in free agency last offseason. According to Phil […]
T. D. Williams, Medium.com, joined MaD Radio to discuss an article he wrote on Daryl Morey. Williams explained why he has been critical of Morey because he hasn’t taken Houston “to the promised land” yet. He said he isn’t against the use of analytics in basketball, but says they have to be used careful. He said that Morey has created what he calls a “treadmill team” and doesn’t agree with his decision to not bring Chandler Parsons back. Williams said that he hasn’t felt Houston has really contended yet as they should have. He doesn’t think Morey is a terrible GM and he thinks the story has been over reported.
Having two max players should make it easier to land a third in NBA free agency. In theory. But what about Dwight Howard and James Harden? What’s their impact on the Rockets’ team-building? Grantland’s Zach Lowe […]
Chandler Parsons “Offended” By How Rockets Handled Restricted Free Agency, Offer Sheet From Mavericks
Chandler Parsons is reportedly very happy with his new three-year, $46 million contract from the Dallas Mavericks, made official late Sunday night when the Rockets decided not to match the offer sheet.
He’s reportedly less enthused about how he got there.
Fran Blinebury, nba.com, joined MaD Radio to discuss the most recent developments in the NBA. He said that the Rockets are not going to be contenders this year with their current lineup and will just have to try again next year. He said it’s hard to say whether or not the Rockets should have re-signed Parsons but he thinks they probably should have gone for it. Blinebury spoke about the journey the Rockets have been on so far with getting James Harden and Dwight Howard, but this situation with losing out in free agency has been a bit of a setback for the team.