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."
The Rockets Summer League Squad More Interesting Then In The PastLots of questions make the summer league team pretty interesting this year
Dwight Howard Heading To The Hawks; Bazemore Stays In AtlantaHoward received a three-year contract worth $70.5 million, while Bazemore will get $70 million over four years, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press. The person was granted anonymity because contracts can't be signed until July 7.
Rockets Announce Summer League RosterThe Houston Rockets announced that they will compete in the 2016 summer league in Las Vegas. It runs July 8-18th on the campus of the University of Nevada Las Vegas. This is the eighth time the Rockets will participate in the Summer League. They own the best winning percentage ever in league history at 32-12.
Rockets Free Agent Shopping List
Mike Meltser: Yay or Nay on Possible Rockets Free AgentsWith Dwight Howard opting out of his contract, the Rockets starting lineup is as follows: PG Patrick Beverley, SG James Harden, SF Trevor Ariza, PF ________, C Clint Capela. That's the framework I am working off of. Who should the Houston Rockets fill that gap with? I'm going to look at a lot of the free agents out there in the NBA world and tell you if they would work here in Houston or not. On to the free agents: