It's not often that a team commits 16 turnovers in the first three quarters and still finds itself with a three-point lead going into the fourth quarter.
But against the Washington Wizards, such things are possible.
The Rockets really didn't play very pretty basketball. They shot just 44 percent from the floor and, as mentioned, turned the ball over a lot. However, against the Wizards, it didn't matter. Washington shot 39 percent from the floor and hit just 7-of-25 from three-point range. The Wiz had balanced scoring, just not enough of it.
The story for the Rockets though was the dominance of James Harden. Harden's play was enough to beat the Wizards 99-93 on a night when most of his teammates were way off the mark.
Let's have a look at the postgame grades for the Houston Rockets.