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The Houston Rockets have signed, Tim Ohlbrecht, to back up center Omer Asik. In 32 games with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers this season, Ohlbrecht averaged 13.4 points and 7.4 rebounds.
According to Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle:
The Rockets filled their open roster spot by signing center Tim Ohlbrecht to a three-year deal. As with the contracts given to Patrick Beverley and Greg Smith, the second and third seasons are with team options.
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Royce White will appear on Dr. Phil Thursday to discuss the obstacles he faces on and off the court with his anxiety disorder. White was drafted by the Houston Rockets, but he is currently playing in the d-league with the Rio Grande Valley Vipers.
The show was taped last month in Los Angeles before White reported to the Vipers. White took a two-day road trip to LA to speak with...
James Harden has become almost as well known for his beard as he is for is All-Star play for the Houston Rockets.
Harden had a trimmed beard during his two seasons in college at Arizona State from 2007-2009, and then he began growing it out while he was with the Oklahoma City Thunder. The beard has been featured in fruit displays and on buildings. It’s gotten so out of hand that...
It wouldn't be a week here on That NBA Lottery Pick without a moment from Houston Rockets point guard Jeremy Lin and earlier tonight against the Milwaukee Bucks, he had a pretty assist.After Lin got a steal off a bad pass by the Bucks, he found Chandler Parsons in transition with a behind-the-back fast break assist:
Clinging to the Western Conference's final playoff spot, the Houston Rockets know they must capitalize on prime opportunities to pick up victories.
Houston seeks a sixth straight home win while avoiding a second consecutive loss to a sub-.500 opponent as it hosts the Milwaukee Bucks on Wednesday night.
The Rockets (31-27) lead the ninth-place Los Angeles Lakers by three games...
HOUSTON - Going back to Houston, Texas over a week ago on All-Star Saturday night in the Toyota Center, there sat Houston Rockets legendary player and coach, Rudy Tomjanovich.
Along with Yao Ming, Clyde Drexler, and a few other former NBA players, Tomjanovich was answering questions with the media that Saturday night following the All-Star events.
With the opportunity...