It’s about time, Hall of Fame. In a long overdue moment, maybe one of the most overdue, Houston Rockets legend Rudy Tomjanovich was finally inducted into the Hall of Fame yesterday, culminating a career with the team that spanned 33 years.
The Spurs are claimed guard/forward DaQuan Jeffries off waivers, according to Shams Charania of The Athletic. Jeffries, 23, is 6-foot-5 and this actually marks his second time being claimed off waivers this season.
It's always tough for competitive players to watch the decline of their careers. They feel like they still have a lot left in the tank and that they could be playing for a contender, yet they're kind of doomed to stay on bad teams due to their contracts.
Ooh, mysterious. The Rockets face the penultimate test of the season, and likely, their penultimate loss in the losingest season in franchise history. It’s some comfort that such seasons are rare, and that this one had a lot of extenuating circumstances with which you are no doubt familiar.
Another day, another deal. The Houston Rockets continued their bevy of late-season roster moves today when the team announced that they were signing 6’7” swingman Cam Reynolds to a deal that would run through the team’s final two games of the year.
Rockets make some roster moves. Less than a week ago, Khyri Thomas was a free agent. Now, he’ll be wearing Rockets red for the forseeable future. According to Alykhan Bijani and Kelly Iko of The Athletic, the team has signed Khyri Thomas to a multi-year extension.
Jeremy, Mike and Ray chat Rockets. Hosts: Jeremy Brener, Michael Brown, Ray Lucas Jeremy Brener, Michael Brown and Ray Lucas come together to discuss the Rockets’ loss to the Lakers and gauge thoughts from listeners across the globe.
The Rockets have lost an incredible 43 of their last 48 games, will finish the season with the NBA’s worst record, and will only have a 52.1% chance to keep their first-round pick, which is top-four protected.
Can KPJ be the next Houston superstar? A year ago, the MVP duo of James Harden and Russell Westbrook and the rest of the Houston Rockets were sitting around waiting for an update on whether the 2019-20 NBA season would return from its hiatus.
It’s a big loss for Rockets fans. Another longtime member of the Houston Rockets organization is leaving the franchise. Play-by-play announcer Bill Worrell will retire following the conclusion of the May 14 game against the Los Angeles Clippers.
The Rockets have officially signed center/forward Cameron Oliver to a 10-day contract, the team announced. The former Nevada big man has spent the season playing for Cairns in Australia’s NBL, averaging 17.3 points and 10.0 rebounds.
At a quick glance, it's safe to say that Kevin Porter Jr. is thriving in Houston. With season averages of 15.2 points, 6.2 assists, and 3.8 rebounds per game on 41.1% shooting, his numbers are up all across the board from a year ago.
Houston Rockets star guard John Wall won't take the court again this season. Shams Charania of The Athletic and Stadium reports that the 30-year-old with a worrisome injury history is out for the rest of the season with a hamstring issue.