Patrick Redford and Miles Wray examine the special brand of lunacy that has descended upon the league's Texas teams thus far in Free Agency 2014.
Nobody's perfect, and Daryl Morey's no exception. But he's still pretty, pretty good.
Chandler Parsons will now be a Dallas Maverick after the Houston Rockets failed to match his offer, compounding a difficult offseason for Daryl Morey and Co.
The Detroit Pistons got their man in Stan Van Gundy. Now all they have to do is fix their very broken roster.
Recent Rockets history isn't that great when the team wins 54+ games, and 2014 was no exception. Today we remember the Houston Rockets.
Damian Lillard defied all rationality and sensibility with his game-winner against the Rockets. Which of course was reminiscent of Kate Winslet in a James Cameron blockbuster.
Video from the Blazers-Rockets series shows what a difference Omer Asik makes. Have the Rockets seen the footage I wonder?
The HP crew had a very spirited debate about the purpose, the merits, and the endgame behind the league issuing a statement about the blown call at the end of the Blazers-Rockets first playoff game, as well as the league's statements about other controversial calls.
How Houston Got Here:
The Rockets certainly weren’t playing poorly early on this year—they were 21-13 after December—but they took off in the New Year, going on a 23-6 stretch to open 2014. In
The NBA Playoffs start in one day (!!!!!!!!) so each day until then we’ll be taking a look at some of the most important storylines leading up to the best two months of the year.
End of the Season