4:24 PM EST, Thu November 26, 2015

Green won’t stop shooting as he adjusts to Spurs new offense

Danny Green had a season-high 18 points against the Phoenix Suns, but it was his confidence to keep shooting the ball that stood out.
Pounding The Rock Nov 9, 2015

The Spurs are going to be good for a long, long time

As long as Danny Green "stops sucking." Life is good for the Spurs. Even with the eventual retirement of the big three, the league's most successful franchise is in good hands with Danny Green, Kawhi Leonard, and new addition LaMarcus Aldridge. Another Aldridge, David, wrote a wonderful piece on nba.com recently. Best quote of the article? Has to be this one from Tim Duncan: "We've got a good core here. We've got a good bunch of young guys. And, obviously (we're) adding L.A. to that. As long as Danny stops sucking" -- Green, seated next to Duncan, was waiting for the zinger -- "and Kawhi...
The Dream Shake Nov 9, 2015

On the Rockets' winning streak and defensive struggles

In today's Rocket Fuel, the chuckwagon is gone, and the Rockets are on a win streak even though the defense has continued to struggle. Yes it's Monday. And yes, the Rockets don't play again until Wednesday. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't catch up on the latest Rockets news. It's Rocket Fuel! A glance at the Houston Rockets' schedule for the week of November 8 through November 14 - Red94 | Houston Rockets news and musings The Rockets, sitting at 4-3, look to fatten up their record this upcoming week, scheduled to face a trio of cream puffs. Here's a preview and breakdown of the...
The Dream Shake Nov 8, 2015

Rockets waive Chuck Hayes, according to reports

The Chuckwagon was back, but not for long. After providing some crucial front court depth for a week or so, the Houston Rockets have released Chuck Hayes, according to media reports. The Chuckwagon could be rolling out of town. The Rockets signed our nation's greatest hero on Nov. 1. Seven days later, Chuck is out of a roster spot. The Rockets don't play again until Wednesday night against the Brooklyn Nets. Terrence Jones has been out for days because he has a lacerated eyelid. While an injury that seems incredibly difficult to play through, it's also fast-healing. With Jones back in...
The Dream Shake Nov 8, 2015

3 takeaways from the Rockets win over the Clippers

A few takeaways from the Rockets fourth straight win. The Rockets stay hot, pushing past the Clippers 109 to 105. They are the second hottest team in the West (the Warriors are winners of seven in a row) after winning their fourth consecutive game. The Rockets led by four with three minutes the game, but the Clippers climbed back to pull ahead by a point with 36 seconds left in the game. James Harden immediately answered with free-throws after J.J. Redick fouled him. The Rockets never look back. Below are three takeaways from the win Harden got his groove back We all remember how "How...
The Dream Shake Nov 8, 2015

James Harden, Dwight Howard power Rockets to fourth straight win

A classic MVBeard performance and vintage Dwight domination led the Rockets over the Clippers James Harden dropped 46 a night after dropping 43, Dwight Howard dropped a 20-20 game and the Rockets outlasted the Clippers, 109-105, on the second night of a back-to-back. Chris Paul didn't play in this one, but any Clippers fan who uses that as an excuse is dumb: the Rockets still don't have Donatas Motiejunas, Terrence Jones or Patrick Beverley. Marcus Thornton is still our starting small forward (he dropped 16 and continued his hot shooting) and Trevor Ariza had to guard Blake Griffin. Griffin...
The Dream Shake Nov 7, 2015

Houston Rockets & Oklahoma City Thunder Trade Plot Lines

The Houston Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder have swapped NBA plot lines and three game losing streaks. The Houston Rockets and the Oklahoma City Thunder have swapped plot lines and losing streaks following the Rockets 110-105 victory over the Thunder last Monday night. The Rockets laid an egg as the 2015 - 2016  NBA season tipped off with three straight 20-point losses to the Nuggets, Warriors and Heat. It was an NBA record for 20-point losses to start the season. Here's how SB Nation's Tom Ziller typified the losing streak: Abject disaster isn't a phrase with contextual...

Thoughts on Spurs 3-game trip, concern for Danny Green

Express-News Spurs writers Jabari Young and Jeff McDonald discuss if if there was anything we learned on the Spurs' three-game road trip and if it's too early to be concerned with Danny Green's shooting woes.

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