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The Houston Rockets on Monday announced that they have recalled guard Patrick Beverley from their NBA D-League affiliate, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. A former college standout at Arkansas, the 6-1, 185-pound Beverley, who signed with the Rockets on Jan. 7 and then was assigned to Rio Grande Valley, averaged 13.7 points, 7.0 assists, 6.7 rebounds and 2.00 steals in three starts with the Vipers. Beverley came to the Rockets after playing in Russia with Spartak St. Petersburg, where he was named the Eurocup MVP for the 2011-12 season and also won 2012 All-Eurocup First-Team honors. Beverley played just two seasons at Arkansas before leaving school to sign a professional contract with BC Dnipro of the Ukrainian UBL for the 2008-09 season. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Lakers in the second round (42nd overall) of the 2009 NBA Draft and later traded to the Miami Heat. Beverley decided to stay in Europe and signed with Olympiakos in Greece in August 2009. He rejoined the He...
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The Houston Rockets on Monday announced that they have recalled forward Terrence Jones from the team's Rio Grande Valley Vipers affiliate in the NBA Developmental League. A 6-9, 252 pound forward from Kentucky, Jones started nine games for the Vipers and averaged 19.2 points (ninth in the league in scoring) and 11 rebounds per game (second in the league at the time of his promotion...
James Harden might be the best thing to ever happened to the Houston Rockets. He proved it Saturday night when he did a behind the back and between the legs crossover to fool Jrue Holiday of the 76ers. The announcer appropriately called it an all-star caliber move. The Rockets did however lose the game 107-100 behind 29 points from Harden. Video below.
Tweet Leading up to the MIT Sloan Sports Analytics Conference in Boston on March 1-2, the people running the show for the Sloan Conference decided to have a Twitter Chat. Houston Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey, a MIT graduate, was one of the panelist for this Twitter Chat where people were to tweet in questions [...]
In an article by Houston Rockets beat writer Jonathan Feigen, former NBA player and current Rockets head coach Kevin McHale thinks the trash talking game in today’s game is much more weaker than before. McHale played for the Boston Celtics in the 80′s when toughness was necessary. Just ask Michael [...]
Just like Marie Antoinette said, "Let them eat cake!".... Back on Tuesday, the Houston Rockets mascot "Clutch" decided to a deliver a cake to a Los Angeles Lakers fan in attendance.Watch as Clutch gets a little bit over enthusiastic and delivers the cake right to the fan's face pretty hard:(Courtesy of Total Pro Sports)