1. Watch: Frustrated Howard Challenges Fan

    Before the Rockets got kicked out of the game, but during the time the Clippers were beating pretty badly a fan tells Dwight “Not to Cry”, here was his response...

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  2. Dwight Caps of Miserable Night with Ejection

    Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was ejected in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 128-95 playoff loss to the Los Angeles Clippers after picking up his second technical foul...

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  3. McHale: 'They Beat the Hell out of Us'

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  4. Rockets Report: Harden Seeks to Be 'A Beast' in Game 4

    Rockets guard James Harden said he would look to be more aggressive in Game 4 but not necessarily look to shoot more...

    Alexandra Irving Written by Alexandra Irving about 1 month ago 220 reads 0 comments

  5. Rockets Focused on Regaining Control of Series

    The Rockets tossed and turned and replayed all that they had done so very wrong in their minds through the night. They suffered through the video session. They went through the day's practice...

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  6. 5 Houston Rockets Who Must Step Up to Recapture Series Against L.A. Clippers

    Let's face it: The Houston Rockets are in serious jeopardy. After a 124-99 blowout loss in Game 3 to the Los Angeles Clippers , the Rockets are facing a 2-1 deficit in the midst of a bad streak of basketball...

    Jake Lapin Written by Jake Lapin about 1 month ago 9,211 reads 91 comments

  7. Houston Rockets May Be Unwatchable, but Ugly Style Is Only Hope for Survival

    LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Clippers have solidified themselves as the NBA 's answer to Triple H, heels turned against the tide, at least as far as normal decorum is concerned...

    Josh Martin Written by Josh Martin about 1 month ago 78,085 reads 164 comments

  8. Rockets Embarrassed, Once Again Trail Clippers in Series

    The Houston Rockets embarrassed themselves Friday night. Just pitiful. When Jason Terry was ejected with eight minutes to play in the fourth quarter, he gave himself the best ...

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  9. Los Angeles Clippers Hold James Harden Down in Their Big Game 3 Victory

    Everything is counterintuitive with James Harden . He's a lefty, for one thing. He deserves double-teaming, but thrives against it. And even though it's important to stop him, he less dangerous when he's moving...

    Default-user-icon-comment Written by Callum Mackenzie about 1 month ago 175 reads 0 comments

  10. Los Angeles Clippers Told Me 'Just Go Play': Austin Rivers

    Fresh from a career-high playoff points haul, Austin Rivers insisted his performance was all about keeping it simple...

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  11. Watch: Brewer Catches Griffin for the Block

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  12. Howard Expecting to Hear a Boo or Two at Staples

    Though Dwight Howard and the Rockets are matched up with the Clippers , rather than the Lakers in Staples Center, Clippers fans have booed Rockets center Dwight Howard since he left town to sign with the Rockets...

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  13. Houston Rockets Facing Identity Crisis at Worst Possible Time

    The Houston Rockets head to Los Angeles in search of more than just the series lead. Ever since Game 3 of the opening round of the playoffs, the Rockets seem to have lost their identity...

    Bobby Krivitsky Written by Bobby Krivitsky about 1 month ago 723 reads 1 comments

  14. Are Houston Rockets Suffering from Playoff Scheme or Execution Letdowns?

    During the Houston Rockets ' second-round game with the Los Angeles Clippers , TNT announcer Reggie Miller raised the point that you “can’t come up with adjustments for non-execution...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 1 month ago 12,064 reads 64 comments

  15. McHale on Clips' FT Complaints: 'Quit Hacking'

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  16. Brewer Fined $5K for Flopping

    RT @NBAPR HOU's Brewer fined $5K for violating anti-flopping rules in Gm 2 of HOU's Conf. Semifinals vs LAC on 5/7...

    Adam Nofflett Written by Adam Nofflett about 1 month ago 76 reads 1 comments

  17. Containing Blake Griffin Was Key to Comeback for Rockets in Game 2

    For two quarters Wednesday night at Toyota Center, Blake Griffin made Chris Paul 's absence inconsequential for the Los Angeles Clippers ...

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  18. Breaking Down How the Los Angeles Clippers Can Slow James Harden

    For seven out of eight quarters in the second-round playoff series between the Los Angeles Clippers and Houston Rockets (tied 1-1), James Harden has not quite been himself...

    Dylan Murphy Written by Dylan Murphy about 1 month ago 1,305 reads 3 comments

  19. Ariza Brings Energy Down the Stretch in Win

    With more than seven minutes left at the break, Rockets forward Trevor Ariza made his way back on the court while a couple was still finishing their halftime Magic show.....

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  20. Three Things We Learned from the Rockets Game 2 Win over the Clippers

    The Houston Rockets defeated the Los Angeles Clippers 115-109 Wednesday night, finally realizing their season was on the line and playing like it.....

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  21. Houston Rockets' Stars Shine to Avert Playoff Disaster vs. Los Angeles Clippers

    It took more than six quarters of second-round postseason basketball, but the Houston Rockets finally found the urgency they needed to secure a win over the Los Angeles Clippers on Wednesday...

    Grant Hughes Written by Grant Hughes about 1 month ago 57,889 reads 294 comments

  22. Dwight Howard Has Chance to Elevate Houston Rockets to New Heights

    If James Harden is the engine that makes the Houston Rockets offense go, then Dwight Howard is a living, breathing fuel injector capable of lifting the franchise to heights it hasn't experienced in nearly 20 years...

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  23. Stopping Blake Griffin Is Top Priority for Houston Rockets in Game 2

    When the Los Angeles Clippers toppled the Houston Rockets in Game 1, stealing home-court advantage in the process, vaunted superstar Chris Paul wasn't even playing...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 1 month ago 3,439 reads 49 comments

  24. McHale Calls out Rockets for '7th Grade' Turnovers

    HOUSTON -- This was an unacceptable loss by the Houston Rockets on Monday night. Playing after six days away against a team without one of its best players, the Rockets lost 117-101 ...

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  25. Sloppy Play Catches Up to Rockets Late in Game 1 Loss

    For all the Clippers lacked, from their presumed indispensable star to time since their sensational first-round series to catch their breath, they had the quality the Rockets lacked in and needed most...

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