Whether it be in Denver, Phoenix, New York, Los Angeles or now Houston, D’Antoni’s teams have regularly been among the league’s best in pace and overall offense while usually topping out as average on defense.
Photo by LMPC via Getty Images The rich get richer and the small get smaller. Yes, you heard that right. In honor of the NBA restart taking place in Disney World, the entire SB Nation NBA league took part in a Disney player draft.
Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports A quick look at the storied rivalry between James Harden and the ankles he abuses. This rivalry would be far more interesting if it was more combative; if it was a slobber-knocker of a match between two behemoths.
Photo by Cato Cataldo/NBAE via Getty Images In a TDS exclusive interview, Houston Rockets’ sharpshooter Ben McLemore opens up about returning to play inside the NBA Bubble and his new LP, “Life During Quarantine”.
Photo by Tim Warner/Getty Images Jeremy and Michael react to the Rockets’ latest signing. Hosts: Jeremy Brener, Michael Brown Jeremy and Michael discuss the addition of Luc Mbah a Moute to the current roster with the news of Thabo Sefolosha choosing to not join the team in Orlando.
Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports The NBA is restarting this month. Here’s what you need to know about the Rockets. Pocket Rockets - The Rockets have traded or released every true center on their roster except Tyson Chandler, who won’t be playing except in dire emergency.
Photo by Andy Hayt/NBAE via Getty Images There’s plenty choose from. Who do you think is the biggest? It’s Rivalry Week here at SB Nation, and in the spirit of the season, here’s a quick rundown of some of the rivals of the Houston Rockets over the years.
Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey made it clear the team will not tolerate Mike D’Antoni being excluded from the NBA’s return to action due to how his age puts him in the at-risk group amid the coronavirus pandemic according to CDC guidelines.
One of the scenarios under consideration by the NBA to resume play involves a playoff seeding format in which conferences would be set aside and teams would be seeded 1-16 on a league-wide basis based on current win-loss records.