Rockets at NBA trade deadline and their future projection: Hollinger and Iko

With the Feb. 9 trade deadline inching closer, the Houston Rockets are in an interesting position. They are 12-38, last in the Western Conference, but still have intrigue with a veteran capable of helping a playoff team in Eric Gordon, a bunch of young players and solid draft capital at their disposal. The season hasn’t … Read more

Rocket Trading 2.0 Scenarios: What I’m Hearing About John Collins, Miles Turner, and More

Summer is coming. While this may be a somewhat cheesy nod to Game of Thrones, it is an important reminder of the change that is on the horizon for the Houston Rockets. The 11-37 franchise is once again designed for a big lottery pick—the spoils of a rebuild—but over the coming months, that roster will … Read more

Trading Eric Gordon, Jae Crowder and more: How would a three-team trade look?

The trade deadline is less than a month away and for teams like the Phoenix Suns and Milwaukee Bucks, additional help for the second half of the season seems like the right course of action. A rebuilding team like the Houston Rockets, with veterans such as Eric Gordon on the roster, is in a prime … Read more

Is Stephen Silas’ job in danger? Trade kevin porter jr and more: rocket mailbag

Greetings people, The Houston Rockets are 10-30 in the middle of the season. Needless to say, there are a lot of things to talk about. No need to waste time, let’s dive into it. Is there any truth to the rumors circulating that Stephen Silas’ work is in danger? Or does the organization realize that … Read more

Why do NBA stars score so many points? Understanding the league’s scoring boom

If you’ve noticed the sharp rise in the signing of NBA stars lately, you’re not the only one. Two-time NBA defending champion Nikola Jokic sees it, too. Sometimes the Denver Nuggets need a 44-point three-pointer from Jokic, as he did against the Phoenix Suns on Christmas. On Thursday night, Jokić took notice when Utah Jazz … Read more