As if the Rockets needed any more pressure for Monday night’s game against Denver, they will be without starting center Marcus Camby in virtual must-win game at Toyota Center.
The team seems to be firing on all cylinders and look like they might be a piece or two away from being a real contender in the West.
You knew when Kyle Lowry returned to practice Thursday for the first time since suffering a serious bacterial infection that the Rockets point guard was close.
The Rockets point guard hopes he can return to the team before the end of the regular season after a bacterial infection has forced him to miss the last 14 games.
Dr. Kenneth First joined Vandermeer and Lopez and they discussed to potential for Kyle Lowry and Kevin Martin coming back before the end of the season as well as the latest injury news from around the world of sports.
The Houston Rockets shot up once place to the coveted No.8 spot in the Western Conference Division race on Wednesday night without even being on the court.
As far as Rockets coach Kevin McHale is concerned there is less than a fine line between playing hard and competing.
Gersson Rosas checks in on the Odd Couple show.
HOUSTON (CBS HOUSTON) — The Rockets will be without leading scorer and starting shooting guard Kevin Martin for Tuesday night’s showdown with the Los Angeles Lakers, marking his fifth straight game he has sat out […]