Harden's eight-year tenure in Houston ended on a sour note. Before being traded, the 31-year-old criticized the Rockets after a blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers, saying the team "can't be fixed."
James Harden will be getting his No. 13 jersey lifted to the rafters in Houston, and it is leading to a mixed bag of reactions from the Internet. Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta said on Tuesday that the team plans to eventually retire Harden’s number.
The Beard is now forever at the Toyota Center. In case you haven’t heard, the Houston Rockets have quite an interesting game on tap tomorrow night when wayward son James Harden returns to the Toyota Center as a member of the Brooklyn Nets.
The Houston Rockets are planning to retire James Harden 's No. 13 jersey when he calls time on his NBA career. "James Harden will always be a Rocket," team governor Tilman Fertitta said, per the Houston Chronicle 's Jonathan Feigen ...
It may not be why you think. A lot of questions stemmed minutes before tipoff of last night’s game (that should never be mentioned again) about the report that Victor Oladipo declined a 2-year, $45.2 million extension, the most the Rockets could offer at this time.
A mere day after fully guaranteeing DeMarcus Cousins’ contract for the 2020-21 season, the Houston Rockets have signaled that they are looking to part ways with him, and there is apparently a limited market for his services.