Fact vs. Fiction from Houston Rockets' NBA Playoffs Performance

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Fact vs. Fiction from Houston Rockets' NBA Playoffs Performance
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The Houston Rockets had some interesting stat lines and trends during their postseason series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but it's important to establish which of those were "fact" and which of those were "fiction."

The organization (as well as the fans) could get a false sense of what's right with the roster if they go into next season expecting some of the same results as the postseason. Building a team based on such a small sample size is not a smart plan—although there were some performances that will likely continue on in 2013-14.

The Thunder were put at a disadvantage when Russell Westbrook was injured, but the series would not have become so interesting had it not been for some standout performances.

Deciphering what's real and what's not will be general manager Daryl Morey's key job this offseason as he looks to build a winner from the already strong core he has in place. 

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