Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors: Postgame Grades, Analysis for Houston

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Houston Rockets vs. Golden State Warriors: Postgame Grades, Analysis for Houston
Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

In a late season game with relevance to their respective seeding in the Western Conference, the Golden State Warriors beat the Houston Rockets, 108-78, for the first time in four tries. 

In the first half, the Rockets scored 31 points on 19.6 percent shooting, which, without checking, is undoubtedly their worst start to a game this season. The Rockets didn't hit their first three-pointer until there was about six minutes left in the first half, which is extremely rare for them.

In the third quarter, behind some key baskets by Jeremy Lin, Chandler Parsons, and, of course, James Harden, the Rockets turned a 20-plus point deficit into a manageable basketball game. But in the end, the Warriors just wouldn't miss from behind the three-point line. 

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