Mike Fisher, 105.3 The Fan, joined The B-Straw & Pauly G Show to discuss the news in the Dallas area. Fisher discussed the huge disappointment of the situation with Rondo and how he has messed things up for the Mavs. He said Mavs fans have unrealistic expectations that their team will always make it to the playoffs. Fisher discussed the management of the Mavs and the Cowboys. He weighed in on the Greg Hardy situation as well.
Chandler Parsons may or may not play in game two of the NBA Playoffs, and depending upon who you talk to, he may or may not have really played in game one. Dwight Howard told […]
Before they even had a chance to break a sweat Saturday night at Toyota Center, the Dallas Mavericks found themselves down. “They got hot to start the game,” Mavericks forward Amar’e Stoudemire said after his […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – The Rockets struck the first blow in their playoff series against the Mavericks, winning Game One, 118-108. James Harden finished with 24 points and 11 assists. Jason Terry added 16 points, […]
After missing 41 games, Terrence Jones made his return to the Rockets lineup on Wednesday night, and when he entered the game with 4:49 left in the first quarter, the sellout crowd at Toyota Center […]
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) – Chandler Parsons admittedly didn’t know what to expect as he returned to Houston on Saturday for the first time since leaving the Rockets for a three-year $46 million contract with the […]
With or (most likely) without Dwight Howard, Coach Kevin McHale says the Rockets have adjustments to make in regards to their screens, ball movement, and execution before Saturday night when the Dallas Mavericks come to […]
Gone is Chandler Parsons. Omer Asik is, too, and so is Jeremy Lin. Kevin McHale is back, but he’s in the final year of his contract, and after a summer of disappointment have the Rockets […]
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.