They missed shots early. Then they missed shots late. They missed and they missed, and then they missed some more. On Wednesday night in their 97-88 loss to the Phoenix Suns, the Rockets shot a […]
For the third straight game they were without James Harden. After four minutes, Jeremy Lin went down and didn’t return. It didn’t matter. On the night before Thanksgiving, the Rockets prepped for Turkey by feasting […]
They’ve heard the criticism. The criticism has been constant, and the criticism has been loud. The Rockets can’t play defense. The words “lazy”, “atrocious”, and “embarrassing” have been used to describe the Rockets defense through […]
They gave it shot. It didn’t work. Now, its time to move on. It was unlikely that Omer Asik and Dwight Howard would be able to co-exist on the Rockets.
The Houston Rockets made the biggest offseason acquisition in signing big-man Dwight Howard. And with this hugely publicized signing comes the national recognition.
The Houston Rockets are three games into the preseason with a 2-1 record, with their two wins happening during their trip to Manila, Philippines and Taipei, Taiwan.
Such a great sign for Houston Rockets’ fans. Former Rockets center and Hall of Famer Hakeem Olajuwon is underway mentoring and working out with the newly acquired, free agent center.
The “Dwightmare” is over…or is it just starting?
After an uneventful Fourth of July and the ensuing NBA Free Agent fireworks that were set off Friday, I’ve listened over and over for the past 50-some-odd hours to varying points of view about Dwight Howard coming to “H-Town”.
Bob Ryan from the Boston Globe joined the “Nate And Creight Show” here on SportsRadio 610 to talk about the addition of Dwight Howard to the Houston Rockets