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The 2013 NBA Draft is in full swing tonight and as usual with any sporting event. I’m watching it and tweeting “ish” as each pick is announced and Bill Simmons continues to add nothing to the ESPN draft coverage.
I’m not the only person watching the draft and tweeting/critiquing each pick made by the teams. So is former Oklahoma City Thunder And current Houston Rocket swing man/Dwight Howard recruiter, James Harden. Shortly after his former team, the OKC Thunder selected C, Steven Adams from Pitt, Harden tweeted his opinion of the pick. He was amused to say the least.
I wonder if his response was him saying, “You got him to team up with Durant as I have Howard coming to H-town in a couple of weeks to team up with me.” If that was the case, Harden realized that his tweet was going to be seen by the whole world so he deleted the tweet shortly after posting it. I’m sure he will say his phone was stolen or account was hacked. You know, the typical celebrity response when keep...
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The Houston Rockets head into Thursday's draft with a lone second-round pick at No. 34 and the debacle of last year's Royce White pick hanging over them.
Houston had three first-round selections last year and chose White with the second at No. 16. White did not appear in a game for the Rockets last season because of an acknowledged anxiety disorder.
The Rockets reached...
HOUSTON (AP) -- The Houston Rockets have selected Murray State guard Isaiah Canaan with the 34th overall selection in the NBA draft.
Canaan was a two-time Ohio Valley Conference player of the year. He led Murray State in scoring in each of the last three seasons. He scored in double figures in all of his 31 games last season, averaging 21.8 points, 4.3 assists and 1.5 steals a game...
The Houston Rockets reportedly have deals on the table to send Thomas Robinson to the Chicago Bulls or Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Cavaliers would send the No. 19 pick to the Rockets for Robinson, or the Bulls would trade No. 20.
The Rockets are trying to move Robinson in order to clear additional cap room to pursue Dwight Howard.
A self-proclaimed realtor is claiming via Twitter that Dwight Howard is looking at houses in Houston today.
It was recently reported that the All-Star center is unlikely to resign with the Lakers and has the Dallas Mavericks and Houston Rockets atop his list of destinations. This is just speculation of course, but assuming he’s not looking for a summer home, this could indicate...
Oklahoma City isn't likely to be the epicenter of the NBA offseason this summer, not after last year's blockbuster trade of James Harden to Houston.
The Thunder are expected to follow last year's roster shake-up with a series of additions in Thursday night's draft - with hopes of returning to the top of the Western Conference.
Oklahoma City's season came to...
The Houston Rockets want Dwight Howard bad, and our pulling out all the stops to convince Howard to bring his services to H Town.
ESPN’s Marc Stein is reporting that Hakeem Olajuwon, and James Harden will be among a group recruiting and pitching the Rockets to Dwight Howard.
Rockets planning strong contingent to recruit Dwight that is said to include Hakeem, James Harden along...
Hakeem Olajuwon and James Harden will join members of the Houston Rockets' front office and Kevin McHale in their recruiting pitch to Dwight Howard.
The Rockets are reportedly one of the frontrunners to sign Howard this offseason.
Howard is considering leaving the Los Angeles Lakers where he did not enjoy playing in Mike D'Antoni's offense.
Dwight Howard will be greeted by Rockets players old and new in addition to management when he meets with the team in LA after midnight on Sunday night/Monday morning.
According to ESPN.com:
Teams are officially allowed to start meeting with free agents at 12:01 a.m. on Monday.
The Rockets plan to send general manager Daryl Morey, coach Kevin McHale, owner Les Alexander, Hakeem...
Trading James Harden appears to have been a rare mistake for Oklahoma City Thunder general manager Sam Presti especially with how the season ended since Russell Westbrook’s injury really cost them any chance of a return trip to the NBA Finals. Suddenly, OKC finds themselves needing to add some bench pieces to have a chance to remain among the best out West.
Oklahoma City Thunder...