With training camp set to begin, here are three takeaways from Houston Rockets media day on Monday. HOUSTON — The last time the Houston Rockets held their annual media day inside Post Oak Hotel in Uptown, the organization was drastically different — much like the world.
The Rockets and John Wall mutually agreed earlier this month to hold him out of games and work together on finding a trade, but the veteran point guard believes he still has a role to play with the team off the court.
The Houston Rockets had a chance to sign Chris Bosh during the summer of 2014. What if Bosh had joined James Harden and Dwight Howard? HOUSTON — The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame inducted Chris Bosh into basketball immortality two weeks ago amid the class of 2021.
There was once a time where John Wall was considered a top point guard in the game. During his heyday in D.C., he was basically unmatched in terms of his speed, athleticism, and his ability to finish at the rim.
If Simmons moves from point guard, he could fit in H-town. Once the draft was complete and free agency started winding down, many thought the only Houston Rockets news they would see would be players training.
KPJ has had to prove himself over and over, and it’s taken him all the way to the precipice of stardom with the Rockets. Charisma. If you were to go look up synonyms for “star power”, then this would be one of the first words suggested to you.
The Rockets may make a push to acquire Ben Simmons before training camp begins. Houston has serious interest in the three-time All-Star, according to Evan Dammarell of Fear The Sword, who tweets that a trade between the two sides could involve John Wall heading to Philadelphia.
San Francisco, CA (September 19, 2021) – The final day of the 2021 Rolex Big Boat Series, hosted by St. Francis Yacht Club, featured long courses for all eight divisions, sending boats into every corner of San Francisco Bay.
A look into this alternate universe. During the 2018 offseason, LeBron James left the Cleveland Cavaliers for the second time in his career. Before announcing his move to Los Angeles, experts speculated for months where James would play next season.