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Nothing much to explain here, just Kyrie being Kyrie. Irving is a wizard with the ball, and after he steals a lazy bounce pass from Delfino, he leaves Carlos stuck looking lost after the quick spin move.
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Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin suffered a nasty cut when he banged heads with Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders during Friday night's NBA game at BMO Harris Bradley Center. Early in the third quarter, Lin and Sanders were chasing down a loose ball on the Rockets defensive end of the court. Lin got to the ball first but the collision with Sanders opened up a cut on...
It’s probably safe to assume this masterful embarrassment at the hands of Kyrie Irving won’t be included on Carlos Delfino’s season highlights reel.
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HOUSTON -- The Houston Rockets have suspended rookie forward Royce White for the second time.
"The Houston Rockets have suspended Royce White effective immediately for refusing to provide services as required by his Uniform Player Contract," general manager Daryl Morey said in a statement. "We will continue to work with Royce to hopefully come to a resolution."...
Since joining the Houston Rockets, his bank account is...
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MILWAUKEE -- After a dunk in the fourth quarter Friday night, Carlos Delfino took a long look back at his former team's bench and smiled. There's no ill-will, he was just having fun.
In his return to the building where he spent the last three years of his career, Delfino put on one of the offensive shows he did every so often in Milwaukee. Hitting 8 of 11 field goals and...
The Houston Rockets have suspended first-round pick Royce White for ''refusing to provide services'' required by his contract.
General manager Daryl Morey said Sunday that the team will continue to work with White in hopes of finding a resolution.
Last week, White refused his assignment to Houston's D-League affiliate. The 16th overall pick in the June draft...
The Rockets have waived Scott Machado.
Regular readers of these pages; will clearly remember previously seeing the following phrase; The NBA Draft is an inexact science at best. Every year in late June; the NBA selects 30 young men in the first round of the draft; with the odds that they will still be playing in the Association five years later; stacked clearly against them. The reasons for their failures, can be that...
The ongoing saga of rookie Royce White and the Houston Rockets has taken another turn. Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey reports the team has suspended white one week for ”refusing to provide services” by not reporting to his assignment to the Rockets D-League affiliate team. Royce has yet to take the court for the Houston Rockets [...]
Jeremy Lin‘s from New York, so he’s a tough guy, right?
Well, actually Lin was born in Los Angeles, raised in the Bay Area and spent just one season (albeit a memorable one) playing for the Knicks. Nonetheless, no one’s soon to question the Harvard alum’s toughness after he bounced back from a rough play Friday night.
Near the beginning of the second half of the Houston Rocket’s...
This isn't going to end well.
James Harden scored 29 points, including 16 in the fourth quarter, and the Houston Rockets defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 112-104 on Saturday night.
Jeremy Lin added 20 points for Houston, which has won 11 of 14.
Kyrie Irving led Cleveland with 30 points, including 11 in the final period, but the Cavaliers fell short of winning two in a row for the second time this season.
MILWAUKEE -- With James Harden and Jeremy Lin attracting most of the attention for the Houston Rockets, role players like Carlos Delfino are easy to overlook. But the Milwaukee Bucks, with whom he played the last three seasons, know just how dangerous Delfino can be when he's on. They got a good reminder Friday, as Delfino hit five of six 3-point attempts to help the Rockets...
MILWAUKEE -- James Harden scored 29 points and Carlos Delfino made six of seven 3-point attempts, leading the Rockets to a 115-101 victory over the Bucks Friday at the BMO Harris Bradley Center. Playing against his former team, Delfino finished with 22 points. Toney Douglas and Patrick Patterson had 18 apiece and Omar Asik added 13 for the Rockets, who won their third in a row...