It seems like just yesterday we watched the Golden State Warriors deliver yet another NBA championship as a precursor to one of the wildest NBA offseasons in recent memory. Chess pieces moved and new stars aligned as teams and individual players alike made moves to put themselves in the best position to continue to compete.
Carmelo Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million free agent deal with the Houston Rockets in August and former Rocket Tracy McGrady isn’t a fan of the move. While McGrady thinks Anthony will be able to resurrect his career in Houston to an extent, the Hall of Famer doesn’t believe the Rockets will benefit from Anthony’s
Carmelo Anthony joined a Houston Rockets team that went 65-17 last season and made a trip to the NBA’s Western Conference Finals. A ten-time NBA All-Star, Anthony holds career averages of 24 points and 6.5 rebounds per game and once played under current Houston Rockets coach, Mike D’Antoni when they were both employed as player
Swingman James Ennis signed a two-year, $3.47 million free agent deal with the Houston Rockets in July and the 28-year-old has high expectations for himself and the team. The Rockets finished with the No. 1 seed in the Western Conference last season and were a game away from reaching the NBA Finals. Houston took a 3-2 series
The Houston Rockets got together in the Bahamas this week to bond and play basketball before training camp begins and shooting guard Eric Gordon says it was important to build chemistry ahead of the season. Squad! 🚀 pic.twitter.com/Sdkz50F6z7 — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) September 6, 2018 The Rockets players went to the Bahamas last year prior to
One game away from the NBA Finals. It was a season of ‘what could have been’ for the Houston Rockets. Houston’s year was headlined by success, and the surprising snatching of the number one seed, but ended in disappointment at the hands of the Golden State Warriors in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals,
The X-Factor for the Houston Rockets this year is the attitude of Carmelo Anthony. The future Hall of Famer has to be willing to adapt his game in order for both sides to enjoy success. Melo looks like he’s ready to put in work for the Rockets this season. 👀👀 (via: ChrisJohnsonHoops/IG) pic.twitter.com/EVusyYvzeT — Basketball
On Thursday evening, ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski reported that the Houston Rockets traded Ryan Anderson and De’Anthony Melton to the Phoenix Suns for Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight. The Rockets had been looking for a place to trade Anderson’s lucrative contract for a while and they finally found a team willing to take on the salary.
The NBA’s Most Valuable Player in 2018, James Harden, says Carmelo Anthony’s transition to the Houston Rockets will be “easy.” Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Rockets. The veteran scorer averaged a career-low 16.2 points per game during the regular season with the Oklahoma City Thunder and shot only 40.4 percent from the
Houston Rockets forward P.J. Tucker says Carmelo Anthony will be a good fit on the team and is excited to see how Anthony will play with All-Star point guard Chris Paul. Anthony signed a one-year, $2.4 million deal with the Rockets after getting bought out by the Atlanta Hawks. Paul advocated Houston to sign Anthony,