Hammond: Will Texans High-Priced Free Agent Class Pay Off?Will LeBron leave Cleveland again? |Is Ben Simmons the next LeBron?
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:
The Best of the Triple Threat 6-28-2016
Triple Threat with Matt Moore on NBA Free AgencySean, Rich & Ted talk to Matt Moore of the CBS Eye on Basketball blog about NBA Free Agency, Kevin Durant, Dwight Howard, the Rockets, and more.
The Best Of The Triple Threat 6-27-16
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Harden: "I'm Going To Try" And Recruit Kevin Durant To The RocketsA busy offseason is about to kick into high gear for James Harden and the Rockets. Among a myriad of moves, Harden said convincing former teammate Kevin Durant to join him in Houston is of high priority.
Hammond: Is J.J. Watt Houston's LeBron?PLUS: KD to the... Spurs? USMNT vs. Argentina. LeBron and Cleveland.
Marks: Rockets May Have A Hard Time In Free Agency This OffseasonBobby Marks of The Vertical joined In The Loop and they talked about the NBA Finals, Rockets free agency and Mike D'Antoni
Triple Threat on James Harden's Comments 6-2-16Sean, Rich & Ted talk about the comments James Harden made on Jason Terry's radio show about not making an All-NBA team, wanting Kevin Durant on his team, and more.
Top 5 Wildest Sports Callers Of The Week: May 16th-May 20thThe Top 5 Sports Callers of the week is a weekly installment from CBS Local Sports that will bring you the wildest callers from across the nation.
Rockets Play Desperate In Win Over ThunderRockets score 38 points in the fourth quarter of a crucial win over OKC