No game again last night (or tonight), and not a lot of meaningful analysis floating around the web today, but we do have some news for Rockets fans that have DirecTV and ATT U-Verse.
Comcast's attorney's say they won't appeal the latest court decision that ruled that DirecTV and AT&T could purchase Houston Regional Sports Network. Rockets "hope Root Sports Houston will be on the air by Oct. 29, the date of the first Rockets game available for local broadcast."
Mini Woj-bomb reveals the Rockets are in the running to bring Bud back home. He makes $5 million this year with a player option for $5 million next year. That second part is what likely keeps him from H-Town, Woj says.
Head here, tell us how you think the Rockets will do this season. The more people who fill out this three-question survey (hint: the answer to question 1 is Houston Rockets), the cooler stuff we can do with the data.
Hoops Habit asks the question. Curry is way more fun to watch, but I'll take James because he creates even when he's cold and he at least has defensive potential. Curry will always be too thin to guard any NBA player that well.
NBA.com's Fran Blinebury previews the Rockets season by foretelling of a potential growth in James Harden's leadership abilities. If this is a for-real shift in mindset for James, it might be more important than any defensive improvement. The Rockets need a serious leader.
The new boss of the Clippers is on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek ... with a basketball. The results are hilarious