Behind a balanced scoring attack, the Houston Rockets rolled to an easy 117-101 win over the Toronto Raptors on Tuesday night.
All five of Houston's starters scored at least 13 points while Marcus Morris chipped in 11 off the bench to help improve the Rockets to 7-7.
The Raptors, meanwhile, didn't have many bright spots in the 16-point loss, but electric rookie Terrence Ross came off the bench for a career-high 19 points to go along with multiple explosive dunks.
For a complete look at the box score, check out NBA.com.
Player of the Game: James Harden
Houston's shiny new toy struggled a little bit from the field (9-of-19), but he still managed to lead the Rockets with 24 points while dishing out an impressive 12 assists.
Oh yeah, and he also chipped in six rebounds, three steals and a block.
Up Next for Toronto
The 3-12 Raptors will try to halt a five-game losing streak when they head to Memphis to take on the Grizzlies on Wednesday night.
Up Next for Houston
The Rockets will look to extend their three-game win streak in Oklahoma City against the Thunder on Wednesday.
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