He’s not the All Star-caliber power forward that the Houston Rockets are seeking. Not anymore. But Carlos Boozer, who according to Yahoo! Sports Adrian Wojnarowski will be amnestied Tuesday by the Chicago Bulls, does make for […]
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 […]
After the past two weeks of NBA free agency, the Rockets have holes. Lots of them. They’ve reportedly found a high-energy, cost-effective plug for one of them in center Joey Dorsey, signed Tuesday to be […]
It has been less than five days since Damian Lillard ended the Rockets season. Here is what I believe we learned in watching them play 88 games over the last six months. Dwight Howard […]
Rockets’ center Dwight Howard & Texans Pro Bowler Andre Johnson traveled through peaks & valleys before arriving in the NBA and NFL. Their mothers have been with them all the way and will be honored on Saturday.
Portland Radio host Chad Doing joined The Triple Threat to talk smack to all of Houston, secure his bet with a possible naked bike ride, and discuss the game itself.
What went down during Thursday’s playoff practice
The script looked all so familiar. Rockets get lead, Rockets blow lead, Rockets lose game, only Wednesday night at Toyota Center, the script took a turn. A nine point fourth quarter lead was wittled down […]
Fran Blinebury from NBA.com joined Mad Radio and they previewed Game 5 between the Rockets and the Blazers, the lack of leadership, James Harden’s defensive issues and his thoughts on Adam Silver’s ruling on Donald Sterling
Sometimes all you can do is tip your cap. Sometimes the other guy is just better. In Portland’s 122-120 overtime win in game one Sunday night, LaMarcus Aldridge beat the Rockets up inside, minus a […]