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The Dream Links: Friday Oct 12

Best, and not so good about the Rockets from around the web.

Earl Sleek

Make sure you say high to the new guys. Should be fun with all the new faces around.

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RGV Capsules: Rockets win, but Lin not happy with performance - Brownsville Herald: Local
HIDALGO – Houston point guard Jeremy Lin was his own worst critic following the Rockets’ 107-105 preseason-opening victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder Wednesday at State Farm Arena.

Jeremy Lin not 100 percent healthy as Houston Rockets' regular season approaches - NBA - Sporting News

Jeremy Lin outshined by Russell Westbrook: 'I don't think I made plays'
Jeremy Lin was frustrated by being outplayed by Russell Westbrook in the Rockets' preseason opener against the Thunder.

Lin Still Recovering From Last Season's Knee Surgery | NBA | Houston Rockets
Despite earlier reports that Rockets' point guard Jeremy Lin was 100% recovered from knee surgery, Lin now concedes that he is still getting his knee back into game shape.

Houston Rockets preview: Jeremy Lin, Omer Asik signings part of major overhaul - NBA - Sporting News

Pretty Much Screwed: Houston Rockets | SportsGrid
Welcome to Pretty Much Screwed, our 2012-13 guide to the upcoming NBA season in which SportsGrid's acid-tounged writers identify the reason why your team should probably start looking forward to 2013-2014.

Houston Rockets: “A New Era” But The Same Problems - Space City Scoop - A Houston Rockets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

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BLENHEIM, Ontario, Oct. 10, 2012: Former Owner Of Houston Rockets Auctions Off Personal Collection Of 175 Automobiles 'Without Reserve' | PRNewswire | Rock Hill Herald Online
/PRNewswire/ -- Prominent Texas businessman, and former owner of the Houston Rockets, Charlie Thomas will bid a fond farewell to 175 automobiles from his personal car collection next week (October 20) at a single-day auction near Dallas, Texas.

N.B.A. Plans Complex Outside Beijing - NYTimes.com
The N.B.A. Center will include a gym, restaurants and a store, as well as an interactive gaming area and a children’s zone. China is the second-biggest market for the National Basketball Association.

NHL lockout: Would NBA or MLB make a good CBA model? - NHL - Sporting News