McFale Thinks Lin is a Selfish Player–McFale Really Doesn’t Get Lin

In the comments section of my post about the McFale/Lin Dynamics, I mentioned that I think McHale is actually irritated by Lin, because he thinks Lin is a young player who is more interested in padding his stats then helping Continue reading McFale Thinks Lin is a Selfish Player–McFale Really Doesn’t Get Lin

Linharden Willed Win Against Thunder and Refs (122 – 119)

Rockets had surprising trade news, so they were playing very short-handed without 2Pat or Morris. I won’t go into the trade deal, because I’m sure you’re all aware of the news. I think in the short-term, we’ll miss 2Pat, but Continue reading Linharden Willed Win Against Thunder and Refs (122 – 119)

Revisiting the McFale/Lin Dynamics and Other Ruminations

I’m not such a big fan of the All-Star festivities. I was when I was a kid, but it’s meaningless to me now. The dunk contest is pretty cool still, but that’s about it. I think the actual All-Star game Continue reading Revisiting the McFale/Lin Dynamics and Other Ruminations

Rockets Take Care of Business in Much Needed Win Against Portland (118 – 103)

Rockets and Blazers are pretty much tied in the standings, so tonight was a much needed win. And Rockets got an easy 15 -point victory. They lead the entire time. That’s a great confidence booster after dropping two heartbreaking overtime Continue reading Rockets Take Care of Business in Much Needed Win Against Portland (118 – 103)

Rockets Tie NBA Record for Threes in Blowout of Warriors (140 – 109)

Man, this was a fun game to watch. One of the most enjoyable games of the season for sure.  Probably the most enjoyable game I’ve seen this season (I missed the game in New York). Rockets played a perfect offensive Continue reading Rockets Tie NBA Record for Threes in Blowout of Warriors (140 – 109)