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www.chron.com Oct 15, 2018

Rockets' rotation close to full strength 2 days before season opener

The Rockets were as close to full strength for Monday's practice as they have been through the preseason, with Michael Carter-Williams, who missed the final three games of the preseason schedule, returning and centers Nene and Marquese Chriss cleared for about half of the workout.
Hoops Habit Oct 15, 2018

Houston Rockets: 3 goals for Marquese Chriss in 2018-19

After being acquired in a trade nearly two months ago, Marquese Chriss is now set and ready to run with the Houston Rockets. Here are the three goals for the newcomer in 2018-19. Not too long ago, Houston Rockets center Marquese Chriss was considered to be one of the most intriguing young prospects in basketball. […] Houston Rockets: 3 goals for Marquese Chriss in 2018-19 - Hoops Habit - Hoops Habit - NBA News, Rumors, Analysis, Opinion and Stats
www.chron.com Oct 9, 2018

Rockets' Zhou Qi making first appearance this preseason against Sharks

Centers Isaiah Hartenstein and Marquese Chriss missed a second-consecutive game with sprained left ankles. Guard Michael Carter-Williams missed a second game with right knee soreness. Carmelo Anthony was held out for rest.
The Dream Shake Oct 9, 2018
Houston Rockets vs. Shanghai Sharks preseason game preview

Houston Rockets vs. Shanghai Sharks preseason game preview

I’m not really sure what to say about this game. It’s really cool that the Rockets play the Shanghai Sharks, Yao Ming’s old team. For a preseason game, it should allow the Rockets to race out to an early lead and give the fringe players a chance to show their stuff. In the end though, this isn’t really a game that Mike D’Antoni and Daryl Morey can draw from in their decisions on filling out the roster. Even if Marquese Chriss drops 40, it’s not going to move the needle. Tonight marks Houston’s last home game of the preseason. They’ll head to Memphis for the final game on...
The Dream Shake Oct 4, 2018
Houston Rockets 2018-2019 Season Preview: The title window is now

Houston Rockets 2018-2019 Season Preview: The title window is now

The Rockets have legit championship aspirations this season. Can they be fulfilled? Welcome to The Dream Shake’s season preview of the Houston Rockets. Here we will break down all the important questions for the team heading into the 2018-2019 season. This year’s season campaign for the Rockets, like previous years, will be #RunAsOne. Team Name: Houston Rockets Last Year’s Record: 65-17 Key Losses: Trevor Ariza, Luc Mbah a Moute, Ryan Anderson, and assistant coach Jeff Bzdelik Key Additions: Carmelo Anthony, James Ennis III, Brandon Knight, Marquese Chriss, and Michael...
ClutchPoints Oct 4, 2018
Marquese Chriss happy to have defined role with Rockets after struggles with Suns

Marquese Chriss happy to have defined role with Rockets after struggles with Suns

New Houston Rockets forward Marquese Chriss has finally found a role that he’s happy with on an NBA team. After two unsatisfying seasons with the Phoenix Suns, the former eighth overall pick in the 2016 draft is looking forward to contending for a championship in Houston by doing what he does best: playing hard, rim-running, and […] The post Marquese Chriss happy to have defined role with Rockets after struggles with Suns appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Grizzly Bear Blues Oct 3, 2018
Know Your Competition: The Houston Rockets

Know Your Competition: The Houston Rockets

Can the Rockets get back to the WCF again? HOUSTON ROCKETS Record: 65-17, 1st in Southwest, 1st in Conference, lost 4-3 to Golden State Warriors in Western Conference Finals Additions: Carmelo Anthony, Michael Carter-Williams, Marquese Chriss, Brandon Knight, James Ennis, Vince Edwards, Gary Clark, Isaiah Hartenstein, Bruno Caboclo Departures: Ryan Anderson, Joe Johnson, Luc Mbah a Moute, Trevor Ariza, Tarik Black, De’Anthony Melton, RJ Hunter, Markel Brown After winning a franchise record 65 games, James Harden leading the league in scoring en route to the NBA MVP award, and...
www.chron.com Sep 28, 2018

Rockets' Marquese Chriss adjusts to role with return to practice Friday

LAKE CHARLES, La. - Marquese Chriss returned to practice on Friday after sitting out Wednesday's scrimmages with a strained hip, giving him playing time to adjust to a move to a role as a rim-running center as opposed to the forward spots he played with the Suns.
Bright Side Of The Sun Sep 24, 2018
Solar Panel, ep. 90: Final sprint to training camp, ass kickings and stomach bugs

Solar Panel, ep. 90: Final sprint to training camp, ass kickings and stomach bugs

We also take a deep dive into De’Anthony Melton’s summer league performance and potential with Brandon Anderson Tim, Dave and Greg get us ready for SUNS TRAINING CAMP, which begins on Tuesday, September 25. We talk about all the latest rumors and news and notes, of course. No, Mikal Bridges is not ghosting the Suns like Marquese Chriss did (reader question). And yes, it’s quite possible Joel Embiid does in fact kick Deandre Ayton’s ass this year. We cover Deandre Ayton’s prospects against the likes of De’Andre Jordan on opening night and Joel Embiid in November. And that it’s...
ClutchPoints Sep 22, 2018
Suns officially sign De’Anthony Melton following Rockets trade

Suns officially sign De’Anthony Melton following Rockets trade

The Phoenix Suns put pen to paper to officially sign De’Anthony Melton following the trade that brought him and Ryan Anderson to the desert, according to Cody Cunningham of Suns.com. The deal also shipped off Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight to the Houston Rockets. Melton was drafted with the 46th pick in the draft and […] The post Suns officially sign De’Anthony Melton following Rockets trade appeared first on ClutchPoints.

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