Rockets Have Lofty Expectations Despite Last Season's DisappointmentThe Rockets were talking championship when they gathered for Media Day
Report: Rockets To Retire Yao Ming's JerseyAccording to multiple Chinese media reports, the Houston Rockets will retire number 11 to honor former center and recently enshrined Basketball Hall of Famer Yao Ming during the 2016-17 season.
James Harden's Signature Shoe Is Getting No Love From Anyone Anywhere In LifeJames Harden signed a $200+ million contract with Adidas before the 2015-16 NBA season. He is getting ready for the launch of his signature shoe later this year. When the Internet got ahold of a leaked photo of the new Harden shoe, it was not kind, and rightfully so, the black boxy shoe shows very little good.
Rockets Unveil 2016-17 Game Schedule; Open Season In Los AngelesThe Houston Rockets will open the regular season against the Los Angeles Lakers on Wednesday, October 26 as the NBA announced the 2016-17 league-wide schedule on Thursday afternoon.
The Houston Astros Stand Pat At The Trade Deadline Because That Is What Is Best"the reality is we're doing what we think is the right thing for the organization," Jeff Luhnow said.
Who's Who In Houston Sports? -- Houston Rockets EditionMatching Houston Texans players with their Hollywood celebrity counterparts
Nene Hilario Is Just What The Houston Rockets NeedThe Houston signed a big man who will fit the new offense like a glove.
Jack McCallum: Harden Should Dominate More without DwightJohn Lopez and Matt Hammond talk with Sports Illustrated's Jack McCallum about Dwight Howard leaving the Rockets, and how James Harden will do without him.
Morey Thinks Harden's Minutes Are A ConcernHouston Rockets GM Daryl Morey joins Mad Radio.
Mike Meltser: On The James Harden Extension
The Rockets Finally Get Their Guys"I want to win, I want to play for an organization that is building for something great, where pieces fit together and where guys accept their roles and we do something special together," Ryan Anderson said.
The Rockets Are Keeping James Harden For A While Longer"I'm happy to be here another four years," James Harden said, "I know a lot of great things will happen."

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