By the time Francisco Garcia found some space behind the arc, and buried a 3-pointer late in the first half Monday night at EnergySolutions Arena, the Rockets had completely negated one of the Utah Jazz’s best quarters of the season.
The team’s hot shooting and 36 first-quarter points were suddenly not enough. Neither was that 14-point advantage, now a one-point lead for Houston...
HOUSTON -- Francisco Garcia scored a season-high 21 points, Aaron Brooks also had 21 and the Houston Rockets cruised to their third straight win, 113-84 over the Atlanta Hawks on Wednesday night.
Houston never trailed and again used a balanced scoring attack with James Harden out for the third straight game with a foot injury.
The Rockets went up by 12 on John Jenkins' 3-pointer...
Jeremy Lee bruised his right knee in the first quarter of Houston’s game on Wednesday and left the game.
Lin was replaced by Francisco Garcia who will get the bulk of the playing time with James Harden also out.
Jeremy Lin (knee contusion) will not return tonight.
— Jason Friedman (@JasonCFriedman) November 28, 2013
Prior to being forced out of the game Lin scored...
This one is a few days old, but its classic none the less. Apparently Chris Paul did something that Francisco Garcia did not like Monday night (maybe the fact that Paul was showing up any Rocket that tried to defend him) so he gave him the look. You know the one. The kind of look that people think of whenever they say "if looks could kill."
Because if looks could...
Over the years, we’ve all been given a “death stare” or three and during tonight’s Clippers/Rockets affair, Houston forward Francisco Garcia decided to shoot a “you’re dead to me look” in the way of Chris Paul.
Check out the below video and clearly, Francisco is pretty angry with CP3:
Garcia image courtesy of Getty Images
The Houston Rockets liked what they saw from Francisco Garcia during the team’s playoff run, and now he’s been reward with a new deal.
The Houston Chronicle is reporting that Garcia and the Rockets have agreed to a two-year $2.6 million deal.
“I feel good, man,” said Garcia, a guard/forward. “I like the team, the coaching staff, the organization. I’m glad to be back...
Marc Spears of Yahoo Sports is reporting that former Louisville forward Francisco Garcia has resigned with the Houston Rockets. Garcia’s contract is reportedly for two years and worth $2.6 million. He’ll have a player option in his second year of the deal.
As of yesterday, it didn’t look like Garcia would be back in Houston. He became a free agent at the end of the season and...
Former Louisville swing-man Francisco Garcia just finished his eighth season in the NBA and is looking for a new team. Garcia spent the first seven and a half seasons with the Sacramento Kings, but was traded to the Houston Rockets midway through last season. His last contract was worth $23 million over five years with Sacramento in 2008.
Garcia isn’t expected to resign with the...
The Houston Rockets will not pick up the team option on Francisco Garcia's contract for next season, according to sources.
Garcia will be an unrestricted free agent in July.
Garcia's deal for next season was worth $6.4 million.
After coming to the Rockets in a trade from the Sacramento Kings, Garcia became a critical reserve and was one of Houston's primary defenders...