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Houston Rockets guard James Harden hit a half-court buzzer beater at the end of the third quarter of Wednesday night's game at the Toyota Center against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Harden's basket helped rally the Rockets from an 8-point deficit to a 122-119 win over his former team. Harden scored a career high of 46 points, with 16 of them in the fourth quarter. Talk about clutch.
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HOUSTON James Harden had the audacity to act normal Wednesday night. He just came out of the shower, got dressed, gave his beard a good once over with his palm and acted like he wasn't walking away from a building he just burned to the ground.
"That's how I play," he said after Houston's 122-119 win over Oklahoma City. "If you watch, all 50 games that...
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Same night as he scores 46 for Rockets
The Houston Rockets ended up beating the Oklahoma City Thunder by 3 points. James Harden finished with 46 points on 14-of-19 shooting and this half court ‘shot’ to end the third quarter. It was a half-court shot as Harden pulled up and squared to the basket. Cold blooded shot and game against his former team.
Making a deal at the trade deadline can seem like a good idea on paper, but there’s no telling what swapping players will do to ever-important team chemistry.
The Houston Rockets may be finding that out the hard way.
At 30-26, the Rockets looked pretty good with the trade deadline approaching — until a Wednesday night, six-player deal dismantled a good chunk of the squad that...
The Houston Rockets faced off against the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night. Former Thunder star James Harden had an outstanding game scoring a career high 46 points including seven-3-pointers and this buzzer beating half court shot.
The Rockets were playing short handed after discovering Less than 30 minutes before tip-off, that the Rockets traded Cole Aldrich, Toney Douglas...
Tweet Unless they’re Kobe Bryant and Dwight Howard, NBA players sometimes develop bonds with their teammates. They spend a lot of time together practicing and on the road and form friendships with one another. Apparently that’s the case with the Houston Rockets, as Jeremy Lin said he didn’t feel like playing after the Rockets traded [...]
Jeremy Lin returns to New York City Friday night and — even though his Rockets will be playing the Nets in Brooklyn — the the former Madison Square Garden exile will make his appearance at Barclays Center in a foul mood — and with a healthier heart.
After receiving his first technical foul for arguing with a referee Wednesday, the former Knicks star tweeted his anger about...
Tweet Granted Jeremy Lin hasn’t been in the NBA a long time, just 120 games, but at some point during his 3,064 minutes played you’d think he would have gotten angry enough at a non-call or done something to warrant a technical foul, right? Wrong. During the Houston Rockets’ 122-119 victory over the Oklahoma [...]
HOUSTON -- Thomas Robinson is in,while Marcus Morrisand Patrick Patterson areout in Houston, as part of a reported three-way deal that also involved the Phoenix Suns and Sacramento Kings.
The move reunites twin brothers Marcus and Markieff Morris in Phoenix, and Marcus was swapped for Robinson, his former teammate at Kansas. Houston also sentPatterson, Toney Douglas and Cole Aldrich...
Matt Moore of CBS Sports is reporting that the Houston Rockets have acquired the 2012 NBA Draft’s fifth overall pick, Thomas Robinson, in a six-player trade. The entire trade was Robinson, Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt and a second-round pick for forward Patrick Patterson, center Cole Aldrich, Toney Douglas, and cash. This is the first big move as we approach the deadline...
After selecting Thomas Robinson with the No. 5 overall pick in the 2012 draft, the Sacramento Kings already have him on the move., http://juicedsportsblog.com/sports-news/news/kings-deal-away-no-5-pick-robinson-to-rockets
The Suns have acquired Marcus Morris from the Rockets for a future second round pick.
Sometimes things don’t happen exactly like you expect, especially in the NBA.
1. Nets can’t beat good teams. (Four straight wins over teams at or above .500)
2. Pacers are a poor offensive team. (Drop 125 on New York Knicks)
3. Warriors are one of the more dangerous teams in the West. (Six straight blowout losses)
4. On the Rockets instead of the Thunder, James Harden will struggle...