In the past three weeks we’ve seen Steph Curry go for 51, Kevin Durant have his 43rd career 40 point game and Klay Thompson pour in 37 in one quarter. These kinds of performances are what we like to call “Stop and Watch games.” As in stop what you’re doing right now and get to a television immediately.
Behind James Harden’s near triple-double, the Rockets erased the bad taste of Wednesday night’s loss in Orlando by beating the Oklahoma City Thunder 112-101 Thursday night at Toyota Center. Harden finished with 31 points, nine […]
Houston (CBS Houston) – The Rockets look totally different than the last time they defeated the Thunder and the contributions of one of their new elements, Josh Smith, didn’t go unnoticed. “Energy off the bench,” is […]
Houston (CBS Houston) – Stellar play has put James Harden in this year’s MVP discussion, and last year’s winner of the award sees Harden’s effectiveness. “He’s playing with a lot of…swagger,” Kevin Durant said after the Rockets […]
The Rockets and Thunder enter tonight’s match up from completely different directions. The Rockets are coming off a back-to-back and five game road trip, where as the Thunder have been off for six days and […]
Houston (CBS Houston) – Kobe Bryant gets caught up in the moment sometimes, and he might even say some choice words, but he doesn’t think Dwight Howard is a p—y. “No, I don’t feel that way,” […]
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Paul Gallant & Nick Wright look back at the 2014 NBA regular season & make predictions. Plus, Paul breaks down Game Of Thrones Episode 2.
Not only did the Rockets clinch a playoff spot on Friday night with their 50th win, they got it done against a team they hadn’t beaten all season. The fourth time was the charm as […]
Jeff Van Gundy joined In The Loop with Nick and Lopez and they discussed the state of the Rockets right now and how far they can go in the playoffs, his thoughts on Howard, Asik and Harden, how he would change the NBA and his take on the MVP race between Lebron James and Kevin Durant.