It's the 5/8ths mark of the season, a traditional time for analysis and reflection.
If you told me a month ago that the power forward prospect who would occasionally be closing games for the Rockets this season was Greg Smith, I would have called you an idiot. Yet here we are.
The word young simply doesn't capture the breathtaking inexperience of the Rockets roster. Several active individual NBA players have played both more games, and more minutes, than the entire team.
In landing James Harden, Daryl Morey has finally given the Rockets somebody to build around. A look at why it was a move he absolutely had to make.
Don't hate him because he's got sort of annoying hair, love him for the vicious tip dunk instead - Chandler Parsons.
Time for the annual Blogger Previews to stop through ol' H-Town. Here's The Dream Shake's preview for the 2012-2013 season.
Deadspin has launched a smear campaign against the so-called worst player in the NBA, and their latest installment features this line: "Watching Toney Douglas play for the Knicks last season drove me to the brink of eye-clawing madness."
Faster than a power forward. More powerful than a speeding small forward. It's a post player, its a wing player, it's, it's Terrence Jones!
A quick look at Jeremy Lamb, the 12th selection of the Houston Rockets. The future of shooting guard in Houston was solved with a smooth, long, and natural scorer with room to blossom on the defensive side of the ball. Houston fans, smile.
The Dream Shake continues its player previews with Carlos Delfino. Find out how the Rockets can use the swingman from Argentina.
Kevin Martin will not be a Rocket at the end of this season, so let's see what he can do in the meantime to try to help himself and the Rockets.
The Houston Rockets offseason is a frenzy. The old roster is all but gone. The team is working feverishly to land Dwight Howard. What happens if the Rockets land Howard? What happens if they don't? The answer may well be - Anything but Pick #14
The 2011-2012 Rockets year in review and commentary on the needs of the team, as well as some things to take from this year.
The Rockets landed Marcus Camby for what amounts to a second round pick at the trade deadline. Why that acquisition keeps looking better.
Houston Rockets Draft Day Grade. Marcus Camby and Derek Fisher to the Rockets for Hasheem Thabeet, Jonny Flynn, Minnesota's 2nd Round Pick, and Jordan Hill. Two B+ and a D-
Rockets starting point guard Kyle Lowry is out 2-4 weeks with a bacterial infection, and when you thought the Rockets' woes were drastic enough - you know, with that whole losing thing - everything...