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HOUSTON (AP) -- James Harden had 31 points and seven assists to lead the Houston Rockets to a 104-92 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Wednesday night.
When he couldn't find a rhythm from beyond the arc, Harden took to the paint, where he scored 16 of his points. Houston outscored New Orleans 60-28 in the paint.
Harden has led the Rockets in scoring for 14 straight games, not including a Dec. 10 loss to San Antonio where he was sidelined with an ankle injury.
Omer Asik had 21 points and eight rebounds, and forward Patrick Patterson scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, adding nine rebounds in the game.
BEST OF MAXIM
As if the Houston Rockets organization needed anymore headaches or heartache this season, the Royce White problem has moved from “very real” to “dire”. In November, White took a public shot at the Rockets’ front office, accusing upper management of being “inconsistent with their agreement to proactively create a healthy and successful relationship”. The public jabs...
The Rockets took no action Monday regarding rookie Royce White’s not reporting to their NBA Development League affiliate. White said in a statement Sunday that he would not comply with the assignment, but he was not scheduled to join the Rio Grande Valley Vipers until Monday.
Rockets officials were still considering their next step, which could include a suspension.
While James Harden continues to lead the way for the Houston Rockets, one of the team's lesser-known names is also keying their success.
Harden and Carlos Delfino look to build on impressive efforts Wednesday night as the Rockets host the New Orleans Hornets, losers of three straight at the Toyota Center.
After falling 122-116 at San Antonio on Friday and 124-94 to Oklahoma...
The Houston Rockets were among the biggest spenders early in free agency last summer, grabbing starting point guard and international sensation, Jeremy Lin, to be their starting point guard, after losing Goran Dragic and trading Kyle Lowry. They also signed Omer Asik, one of the better defensive centers in the league. They were able to steal both players from the New York Knicks...
The Rockets did not complete the signing of forward James Anderson on Monday in time for Anderson to be put on the roster for their game against the Hawks.
Anderson was in the locker room before the game hoping to get word by the 5 p.m. deadline to suit up.
The Rockets will cut Daequan Cook to create room to sign Anderson.
via Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle
For the most part, Greg Smith has been the ideal backup center for the Houston Rockets. With his great hands and soft touch around the rim, Smith’s skill set is especially complementary to that of Omer Asik, a big, defensive-minded bruiser with limited offensive polish. Listed 6’10” 250, Smith brings legitimate size to the table, and he’s pretty athletic, too. He can...
Carlos Delfino blames his countryman, Manu Ginobili, for giving him a case of food poisoning.
Here is a video of Jeremy Lin's monster block on Josh Smith during the New Year Eve's game between the Atlanta Hawks and the Houston Rockets.The Rockets won the game 123-104 and Lin finished the game with 16 points and 8 assists.
When the shots weren't falling, James Harden helped the Houston Rockets find a new way to score.
Harden had 31 points and seven assists to lead the Rockets to a 104-92 victory over the New Orleans Hornets on Wednesday night.
When he couldn't find a rhythm from beyond the arc, Harden took to the paint, where he scored 16 of his points. For a team that ranks second only to...
We here at That NBA Lottery Pick love shining the light on the great passes of the National Basketball Association and Houston Rockets Carlos Delfino is one of them.Check out this nice assist on New Years' Day as he finds a cutting Omer Asik with a between-the-legs bounce pass that goes under Atlanta center Al Horford:
Well, after everything Royce White has declared, Tweeted and accused the NBA and the Houston Rockets off, at least White knows what he "doesn't" want regarding his basketball future.
It's not the D-League.
And now it’s not Europe too.
During another week of tit-for-tat between White and the NBA in which the Rockets’ yet-to-play rookie made a resounding...
It has been a long
time since I have done a weekly column with the holidays and vacations around.
However, that is no excuse on my part and there are a lot of topics I would
like to touch on that have been grinding my gears. This weekly column
will be written with emotion as there are some topics that are really annoying
me to a point that it is beginning to effect my daily...
HOUSTON -- For a team admittedly dependent upon 3-point shooting, the Rockets deserve credit for showcasing offensive versatility when their normally reliable perimeter touch failed them Wednesday night. Rockets center Omer Asik, with a late assist from reserve forward Patrick Patterson, led a dominating effort in the paint as the Rockets earned a 104-92 win over the New Orleans...