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On Ty Lawson, Harden

Last week, Adrian Wojnarowski reported that Houston was looking to move guard Ty Lawson, “cooperating with Lawson’s representatives in exploring possible deals to bring back some measure of return on the organization’s original investment in Lawson[.]”  To date, Lawson has possibly been the most disappointing high-profile acquisition the franchise has made since the title years. […]

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The ever-evolving James Harden

Per http://t.co/HXe2FZJ30D, James Harden is 63 of 124 on stepback jumpers this year, for 50.8%. Is 21-36 on stepback 3's for 58.3%. Wow. — RedNinetyFour (@RedNinetyFour) February 25, 2015 Last year, Harden was 67-147 overall on stepbacks for 45.6%; 13-37 on stepback 3's for 35.1%. — RedNinetyFour (@RedNinetyFour) February 25, 2015 That’s pretty frightening.  I […]

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Dealing with Disaster: How the Houston Rockets can beat the injury bug

There has been a lot of roster turnover for the Houston Rockets over the past year. Looking back at the team from last year, a grim irony immediately leaps out – last year’s roster was perfectly constructed to weather the injury storm the Rockets are facing right now. That team featured enviable depth at the […]

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