On Monday the Houston Rockets cleaned out lockers, conducted their exit interviews and prepared for some much-needed downtime.
The Houston Rockets’ “hoop dreams” of playoff advancement were doused after losing to the Oklahoma City Thunder Friday night in Houston, 103-94.
Jeremy Lin will return to the Rockets’ lineup Friday night after missing the last two games with a chest contusion. The point guard, who injured his chest in Game 2, will not be a starter but playing off the bench.
There will be a game six between the Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder as the Rockets clinched a win solidifying such Wednesday night in Oklahoma City.
Do like to fist-bump? Well if you do, save that fist-bump for someone you know you can share it with. Here’s an FYI for ya: it appears as if the Houston Rockets’ Chandler Parsons is not the “fist-bumping type.”
The two stars are chosen to address the media after their first post season victory in over 3 years..
MAD radio host Mike Meltser breaks down a few key points in the Rockets’ first win in the playoffs in 3 years.
Houston (CBS Houston) – Chandler Parsons was back at practice Thursday for the first time in a week. Parsons has missed three consecutive games due to an injured calf and is hopeful to return for […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The Houston Rockets will be playing without forward Chandler Parsons tonight in Portland. Parsons is out with a strained right calf and is listed as day-to-day. Francisco Garcia will start in […]
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The Houston Rockets will face a short-handed Indiana Pacers team in tonight’s match-up at Toyota Center. David West and Danny Granger will not play while George Hill will be a game-time […]