The Houston Rockets are off to a historically slow start, and they will need more from James Harden and Dwight Howard to get back on track.
The Houston Rockets may have not won the championship last season, but they have a lot of reasons to be optimistic this season.
The Houston Rockets have a chance this season to be absolutely fantastic. With great starters and strong depth, the Rockets 15-man roster is set up to contend for the title.
James Harden would like to finish his career with the Houston Rockets, and that would be the best thing for all parties involved.
James Harden recently suffered a knee contusion, and if this lingers into the season, other Houston Rockets must step up to the plate.
The Houston Rockets have a chance to repeat the success of this past season and possibly do better. The addition of Ty Lawson brings a weapon to a pretty strong team, so the sky is the limit.
Dwight Howard apparently entered Beast Mode.
Ty Lawson needs to do some winning with the Houston Rockets before he can go taking shots at the NBA's MVP.
The Houston Rockets might be called "Clutch City" by some of their fans, but some of their players were from "Choke City" in last year's playoffs.
The Houston Rockets went 56-26 last season despite facing injuries to multiple key players. This offseason, they acquired a differenace maker in PG Ty Lawson via trade.