3:30 PM EST, Mon March 02, 2015
Houston Chronicle 17 hours ago

Trevor Ariza holds his own in tough defensive matchup with LeBron James

Rockets forward Trevor Ariza knew he would have a tough assignment on Sunday against Cleveland. While the Rockets threw several different defenders on LeBron James, Ariza was the main one for most of the night. James finished with 37 points on 15-of-35 shooting. “I just tried to make it a little tougher for him, tried […]
Houston Chronicle Feb 18, 2015

Trevor Ariza wants more consistency from Rockets

As the Rockets move forward in the second part of the season, forward Trevor Ariza said he just wants to see more consistency. Ariza is hoping the Rockets can turn a new leaf after the All-Star Break and be a better team on a more regular basis. “We have definitely taken steps in the right […]
Bullets Forever Feb 16, 2015

Otto Porter still searching for confidence, minutes in his second season

Over the All Star break we're ranking the trade values of all 14 Wizards from bottom to top. This post takes a look at #8 on the list, Otto Porter. After an underwhelming rookie season, there was nowhere to go but up for Otto Porter. His stellar summer league performance began the process of turning around the perception of him as a player, and the departure of Trevor Ariza along with the absence due to injury of Martell Webster meant that playing time would be there for the taking. Porter started strong out of the gate, garnering the first double figure scoring game of his career in the...
Rotoworld Feb 11, 2015

Trevor Ariza, Terrence Jones probable for Wed - Trevor Ariza (G/F) Houston Rockets

Trevor Ariza (right upper cervical strain) and Terrence Jones (illness, leg) are both probable for Wednesday's game vs. the Clippers.
Bullets Forever Feb 7, 2015

Wake-Up Call: Should the Wizards have kept Trevor Ariza?

Today's Wake-Up Call takes a look back at how things would be now for the Wizards had they held on to Trevor Ariza, a closer look at the team's recent struggles, and tonight's matchup with the Brooklyn Nets. 1. What if? Last offseason the Wizards had to make a choice -- sign Marcin Gortat, a center who meshed well with their franchise point guard, or sign Trevor Ariza, a two-way player who excelled next to said point guard. Signing both would have hindered them financially for the future, so they went hard after Gortat and quickly snatched Paul Pierce to replace Ariza after he left for...

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