The Rockets were expected to beat the Thunder, and that they did. It is how they beat them though, that is impressive. As I explained in my playoff preview, I was not confident the Rockets were capable of winning a series relying strictly on their shooting. 381 more words
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Three's did not fall vs the Thunder, and while the Rockets struggled don't expect them to stop shooting.
The Houston Rockets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder in five games, but nothing about the series looked pretty, as the team shot 28% from distance. … 485 more words
It didn’t take long for Ryan Anderson’s sprained right ankle to be tested Friday night at Toyota Center.
In making his return to the Rockets lineup two weeks after spraining that same ankle, he sprinted towards the sideline and saved the game’s opening tip, giving the Rockets possession to start the game. 161 more words
Rockets forward Ryan Anderson hasn’t enjoyed having to sit and watch his teammates play for the last couple of weeks.
“When you’re sitting out, it’s tough,” he said after a team film session Thursday. 399 more words
First and foremost, if you’re not reading Saturday Down South and have somehow found us, you really need to read Saturday Down South. Anyway, proceed. 495 more words