Houston Rockets Best- and Worst-Case Scenarios for the 2012-2013 Season

Ethan Norof@ethan_norofCorrespondent IOctober 15, 2012

With the 2012-13 NBA season swiftly approaching, it’s time to take a look at the outlook for the Houston Rockets

Playing best-case, worst-case scenario with the Rockets is fun, but we’ve got our lead writer Ethan Sherwood Strauss to settle the debate and decide where they will actually rank for the year.

There is no question that the Rockets made some interesting moves in the offseason, but will the changes pay off and result in a better season, or will they fail miserably and leave fans disappointed?

It should be fun to watch a full 82-game season this time around and see what the new faces in their new places around the league can do, but we’re talking about the Rockets, and we know that’s what you want to know about, also. 

Will it be another year of disappointment, or will it be a season where all of the odds are exceeded? 

No lockout talk, no revenue numbers, and most importantly—a full season of basketball.

Who’s going to be the biggest surprise of the Rockets? Will someone fail to live up to the offseason hype?

Please leave a comment below and let us know what you think about the 2012-13 version of the Houston Rockets.

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