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Rockets players shouldn’t have any trouble locating their lockers at the Toyota Center.
In the Celtics’ home locker room at TD Garden, there are two high-definition televisions and, if a player so desires, he can watch game video on a laptop. That’s pretty much it for viewing options unless the players want to retreat into one of the private areas.
The Rockets’ digs are more digital. We don’t know whether this is a new development, but the wall above the stalls in their home locker room is ringed with video monitors. A photo posted by Rockets general manager Daryl Morey on Friday showed the screens, complete with player headshots and stats, to identify each locker.
Check it out in the tweet below.
Sneak peak of locker room before we open it up to media today! http://t.co/jO1K0xjyN8— Daryl Morey (@dmorey) September 27, 2013
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