The Rockets have plenty of reasons for getting blown out by the Thunder. Unfortunately, none of that changes the fact that they’ve fallen below .500 once more and have a 1-7 record against the west. They managed to come within striking distance a couple times, but the better team won, and it wasn’t close. The [...]
Monthly Archives: November 2012
My apologies for the poor audio at the start – Lowry’s voice was barely audible. His demeanor wasn’t anything too unordinary – he was always prickly with media and especially affected by tough losses. This wasn’t just because it was his former team.
Friday night’s game was undoubtedly the best of Chandler Parsons’ young career. The previously unheralded second-round pick of last year’s draft impressed himself on the Knicks’ (and indeed, the league’s) conscience with a phenomenal performance: 31 points on 13-17 shooting, 4 three’s, 5 boards, 4 assists, and 4 steals. Some might consider this a coming-out [...]
As Rahat graciously provided a live account of tonight’s game, I do not believe that a general recap will suffice. The Rockets executed, made wide-open 3 pointers, and took advantage of Toronto’s woes on the offensive and especially the defensive end. While the boxscore shows that Toronto’s rebounding and turnover numbers were similar to ours, [...]
6:48 PM: Kyle Lowry wants to kill the Rockets tonight. I think he will. By the way, I just saw a recognizable media personality a while back on the television seriously pushing forth the assertion that the Rockets somehow chose Jeremy Lin over Kyle Lowry (and that the results from each player thus far were [...]