Originally written on Losers Bracket  |  Last updated 10/21/14
Remembering the 1984 Houston Rockets.  Yes we are. They had a song better than the super bowl shuffle… Click here to view the embedded video. Coached by the legendary Bill Fitch and were 48-34 and lost in the first round that year to the Utah Jazz. They of course had the infamous twin towers that were not blown up by the taliban. Lastly as you see their roster, you will realize that Craig Ehlo did in fact play more than the one play where Jordan hit that shot over him.  He actually played a few years quite well including the 1984 Houston Rockets. 3 Craig Ehlo G-F 6-6 180 August 11, 1961 1 Washington State University 1 Phil Ford G 6-2 175 February 9, 1956 6 University of North Carolina 9 Lionel Hollins G 6-3 185 October 19, 1953 9 Arizona State University 30 Allen Leavell G 6-1 170 May 27, 1957 5 Oklahoma City University 32 Lewis Lloyd G-F 6-6 205 February 22, 1959 3 Drake University 5 John Lucas G 6-3 175 October 31, 1953 8 University of Maryland 22 Rodney McCray F-G 6-7 220 August 29, 1961 1 University of Louisville 8 Hank McDowell F-C 6-9 215 November 13, 1959 3 University of Memphis 40 Larry Micheaux F 6-9 220 March 24, 1960 1 University of Houston 34 Hakeem Olajuwon C 7-0 255 January 21, 1963 R University of Houston 43 Jim Petersen F-C 6-10 235 February 22, 1962 R University of Minnesota 33 Robert Reid F-G 6-8 205 August 30, 1955 6 St. Mary’s University 50 Ralph Sampson C-F 7-4 228 July 7, 1960 1 University of Virginia 15 Mitchell Wiggins G 6-4 185 September 28, 1959 1 Florida State University
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