Author Archives: Paul McGuire

Paul McGuire

The son of transplants to Houston, Paul McGuire is now a transplant in Washington D.C. The Stockton shot is one of his earliest memories, which has undoubtedly contributed to his lack of belief in the goodness of man.

Houston Rockets 100, Utah Jazz 93: Finally Over

After watching the Toronto Raptors and Philadelphia 76ers take care of business, I certainly hoped that the Rockets could do the same thing in their Game 5. But the Utah Jazz are not the Nets or Magic, and I think this series (along with OKC’s utter failure) truly showed that they are the third best […]

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Houston Rockets 104, Utah Jazz 101: Let us never speak of this again

If I felt like putting a positive spin on tonight’s victory for the Houston Rockets, I could say that it showed this team’s ability to win ugly. How James Harden came through in the clutch at the end, and how this team won through defense, and rebounding, and teamwork. And this is pretty much what […]

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Houston Rockets 149, Phoenix Suns 111: New records set in blowout

A healthy, rolling Houston Rockets team took on the tanking Phoenix Suns without Devin Booker or DeAndre Ayton, and the results were predictable. Teams have been trying all sorts of ways to slow down Harden, and the Suns started and continued with a highly aggressive double team which seemed more interested in containing Harden than […]

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