The Rockets will not get a chance to snap their losing streak tomorrow night.
According to Shams Charania of The Athletic, the Mavericks-Rockets game scheduled for tomorrow night has been postponed.
The decision comes after a tumultuous week in Texas that has resulted in millions of power outages, lack of water and freezing temperatures.
The Rockets have been on the road since before the winter storm hit, but the team has proceeded with caution about their plans to return to Houston.
The Rockets are scheduled to play Saturday at home against the Pacers, but no decision has been made yet in regards to whether that game will be played. A decision is expected tomorrow, according to Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle.
NBA announces that the Rockets game on Friday against the Dallas Mavericks has been postponed "due to government shutdown of Toyota Center because of severe weather conditions in Houston." No word on Saturday's game against the Pacers with no decision expected until tomorrow.— Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) February 18, 2021
The Rockets now have at least one extra day to get home and return safely to Houston. It also eliminates the back-to-back games they would have played this weekend.
The Dream Shake will continue to update this developing story.