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Houston Rockets 2014-2015 News and Updates
10/27/14 - The Houston Rockets finished off the postseason the right way, with a 96-87 victory over in-state rivals San Antonio. Now comes the hard work, as the Rockets head to Los Angeles to open their season against the Lakers.
10/23/14 - If anyone is looking forward to this season, it’s the Houston Rockets’ big man Dwight Howard. One recent report notes that he’s “gone back” to his form from his days in Orlando; meanwhile, former Rockets superstar Hakeem Olajuwon expects Howard to have an MVP-caliber season.
8/19/14 – The 2014-2015 Houston Rockets schedule just announced and it is chock-full of must-watch matchups. Don't miss Trevor Ariza's return to Houston joining all-star tandem Dwight Howard and James Harden! The Rockets will open up on the road against the Lakers in Los Angeles (Oct. 28), followed by their Nov. 1 home opener against the Boston Celtics. On Nov. 12 the Rockets will visit Mexico City for a special game against the Minnesota T-Wolves South of the border. See Chandler Parsons for the first time since leaving H-Town, when division rivals, the Dallas Mavericks, visit on Nov. 22. Fans can see the LeBron James and the Cavaliers in their only game in Houston, Mar. 1, or head over the Cleveland on Jan. 7. Buy your Houston Rockets tickets for the new year and see this fiery squad light up the court!
4/29/14 - Don’t look now, but a series that looked close on paper, and had most pundits picking the Houston Rockets to advance over Portland, does not appear to be turning in their favor, as the Rockets dropped Game 4 in overtime on the road at the Moda Center, 123-120, to fall behind the Trail Blazers, three games to one. Of those 120 points scored by the Rockets, 96 were scored by four players – starters James Harden (28 points), chandler Parsons (26 points), and Dwight Howard (25 points, and a double-double of 14 rebounds); and reserve Troy Daniels, who contributed 17 points as one of just three of Houston’s reserves to see any court time this game. Three of the four games in this series have gone to overtime, and no game has been decided by more than seven points.
4/17/14 - It is looking like the Houston Rockets will hold the #4 slot in the Western Conference, which would give them home court advantage over their opponent (likely Portland). The Rockets got a solid win on April 14 over the conference’s top seed, San Antonio, winning by a 104-98 count. Dwight Howard and Terrence Jones each had scoring-rebounding double-doubles for the Rockets; Howard had 20 points and 17 boards, while Jones also hit 20 points, plus 11 rebounds, two steals and an assist. Chandler Parsons led the Rockets with 21 points, adding seven boards and four dishes; James Harden tossed in 16 points, grabbed a pair of rebounds, handed out seven assists, with one steal. Omer Asik contributed eight boards and a pair of rejections as a reserve.
4/8/14 - The Houston Rockets parlayed a big win over Oklahoma City to clinch a berth in the Western Conference playoffs, then followed that win with a come from behind overtime win over Denver, 130-125. All the more impressive about the Rockets’ win was that they did it without the services of either Dwight Howard or Patrick Beverley. Aside from James Harden’s 32 point explosion (the game high, accompanied by 10 assists and four steals), the Rockets scoring was very balanced, with all five starters reaching double figures, along with a pair of reserves. Omer Azik had a monster night on the floor for Houston, grabbing 23 rebounds and swatting away three shots to go along with his 18 point offensive output.
4/1/14 - Even though James Harden scored a game high 32 points and Chandler Parsons was not far behind with 28 points, the Houston Rockets were unable to subdue Chris Paul and company in a 118-107 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers over the weekend. Parsons nearly had a double-double, pulling down nine boards; center Omer Asik did have the double, combining 12 points and 11 rebounds. Along with his scoring, Harden was also responsible for seven rebounds, six assists and a steal; Isaiah Canaan came off the bench to contribute 14 points, four rebounds and three assists. Jeremy Lin rounded out the double-digit scoring for the Rockets, adding 10 points – eight from the free throw line.
3/25/14 - It’s been James Harden leading the way for the Houston Rockets of late. He’s broken the 30-point mark in the last two games – both wins – for the Rockets, hanging 37 on Cleveland, and scoring 31 in their most recent victory, a 100-89 decision over Charlotte. The Rockets have won four straight now, and are 7-3 in their last 10 games. Also playing a key role in the win over Charlotte was Terrence Jones, who scored 18 points and pulled down seven boards; Dwight Howard had a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds, along with four assists, a pair of steals and a blocked shot. The Rockets were effective in fast break points, scoring 21 on the break to Charlotte’s four; The Rockets also claimed a 50-38 advantage on points in the paint.
3/18/14 - Just like a ballistic missile, what goes up must come down, and the Houston Rockets are no different. Last week the Rockets took to the road for a trio of contests against playoff contenders and dropped all three, to Oklahoma City, Chicago and Miami, before recovering at home for a 38-point torching of Utah. Terrence Jones went for 30 points, five rebounds, four blocks, an assist and a steal for Houston, who currently sit in fourth place just two games ahead of Portland in the standings. Big men Omer Asik and Donatas Motiejunas each cleared 11 boards, while Jeremy Lin exploded for 17 points and nine assists coming off the bench.
3/13/14 - They’ve won five straight, including key victories over Miami, Indiana, and most recently, Portland. For those reasons, ESPN has put the Houston Rockets at the top of this week’s NBA Power Rankings ahead of a matchup with Oklahoma City. James Harden dropped 41 on the Trail Blazers in the overtime win, along with 10 rebounds; Dwight Howard had 17 points, 12 rebounds, and three blocks. More scoring help came off the bench in the form of Jeremy Lin, who racked up 26 points for the Rockets, as coach Kevin McHale used a smaller lineup to emerge victorious.
3/5/14 - In their first game at home in the Toyota Center since mid-February, the Houston Rockets got balanced scoring from six players in double figures, led by Terrence Jones’s 22 points and 20 from James Harden, in a 118-110 win over visiting Detroit. Harden had 12 assists and three steals, while Jones also contributed 10 rebounds to the winning effort. Dwight Howard chipped in 17 points and eight rebounds, while Patrick Beverley was deadly from beyond the three-point arc, hitting on 5-of-9 as part of his 19 point effort. Jordan Hamilton got his first home start, replacing Chandler Parsons (illness) in the lineup.
2/26/14 - It was the Howard and Harden show last Sunday in the Houston Rockets’ 115-112 win over the Phoenix Suns at the U.S. Airways Center in Phoenix. Dwight Howard rung up 25 points, nine rebounds, two assists and two blocked shots for the Rockets, while James Harden contributed 23 points, five boards, seven assists, and three steals. All five Houston starters recorded double figures in points; Chandler Beverly had seven assists, while Patrick Beverley also collected three steals. The Rockets are off until next week, when they play the Sacramento Kings in Sacramento.
2/21/14 - Despite having two players on the West roster, neither representative from the Houston Rockets made a significant statistical impression on last weekend’s All Star Game in New Orleans. Starting guard James Harden played 24 minutes but collected only eight points for the West, along with five assists and a steal; while center Dwight Howard equaled his teammate’s scoring output, but contributed 11 rebounds (a team high).
2/6/14 - Having won their last four straight games, the Houston Rockets have found themselves on a roll as January ended and February started, capped off with their most recent win, 122-108 over Phoenix on February 5. Dwight Howard led the way for the Rockets, collecting 34 points and 14 boards, while sidekick James Harden contributed 23 points and Terrence Jones added 9 rebounds. Center Omer Asik has returned to practice for the Rockets, though there is no timetable for his return to active status.
1/31/14 - With James Harden out injured, the Houston Chronicle is reporting that Lin-sanity – as in Jeremy Lin – has returned to the Houston Rockets starting lineup; as well, coach Kevin McHale expects him to play aggressively and take more shots. Lin was a key factor in the Rockets back-to-back defeat of Lone Star rivals San Antonio and Dallas, shooting 5 for 13 from the field en route to 18 points over the Spurs. McHale noted that Lin needs “to play the way he plays, which is attacking.”
2/22/13 - Going into the 2012 season the Houston Rockets were a rebuilding team without much hope for this season. Then they pulled off a blockbuster trade that brought them sixth man of the year James Harden to pair in the backcourt with newly acquired free agent Jeremy Lin (formerly of the New York Knicks). Now they are a legitimate playoff contender. Currently on the bubble as the eighth seed, the Rockets are a young team on the rise. They continued to rebuild on the fly at the trade deadline acquiring No. 5 pick Thomas Robinson and forwards Francisco Garcia and Tyler Honeycutt from the Sacramento Kings on February 20 (they also reached an agreement with the Phoenix Suns receiving a second-round pick for forward Marcus Morris). Can James Harden, who was recently voted the NBA's third-best one-on-one player, help mold this new squad into a championship caliber team?
Cheap Houston Rockets tickets are available for every game. In fact, Rockets game tickets at Toyota Center in Houston are on average $49 cheaper than Houston Rockets basketball tickets on the road. The average ticket at home is $68, the ninth cheapest in the League; the average away ticket is $117, the eighth most expensive away ticket in the NBA. Upcoming matchups on the Houston Rockets schedule include games against the
Indiana Pacers (3/27) and the Los Angeles Clippers (3/30). The average Houston Rockets ticket for the remainder of the season is just $54.
Houston Rockets 2014-2015 Season
The Houston Rockets are always major threats in the ultra-competitive West and, last season, no one could deny the power of their elite offense. Houston racked up the second-most points per game (107.7) and finished fourth in offensive rating, thanks to their three-point shooting, free throw and interior scoring skills. Former OKC player, James Harden was integral to Houston’s success—bolstered by the addition of big man Dwight Howard, who, of course, put up big numbers. The two will get much help from Trevor Ariza, whose on-court abilities are in-line with Houston’s dynamic.
With dealmaker coach Daryl Morey at the helm, the Rockets have moved closer to the Western Conference's top tier. H-town had two picks in the 2014 draft, and landed NBA-ready athlete Nick Johnson and future superstar Clint Capela. The Rockets allowed Chandler Parsons to walk and moved Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik in order to clear cap space, but were ultimately unable to land Bosch or Carmelo. Now, the front office may turn to a player like Rajon Rondo to put the cherry on top of their stellar roster before the season starts. Buy your Houston Rockets tickets now and see this offensive powerhouse tear the Western Conference up in 2015!
With the addition of prized free agent Dwight Howard, the Rockets are poised to contend for Western Conference supremacy. After years attempting to acquire the All-Pro center, General Manager Daryl Morrey finally succeeded, beating out the Lakers, Warriors, Mavericks, and Hawks for Howard’s services. Fellow All-Star James Harden enters the 2013-14 season at just 24 years old and has the potential to be a Top 5 player in the NBA. Houston also has a stable of promising young supporting players including point guard Jeremy ‘Linsanity’ Lin and versatile forward Chandler Parsons. If coach and former Celtic legend Kevin McHale can push the right buttons, the Rockets have the opportunity to challenge not just for the Western Conference title, but also for the NBA Championship.
The average price for Rockets tickets at the Toyota Center for the 2013-14 season is $192, the tenth most expensive ticket in the NBA. With the addition of Howard, Houston Rockets tickets shot up in price. Up an average of $126 a ticket since last year, the increase is the second largest in the league. The Rockets season opener on 10/30 against the Bobcats has an average price of $268. Averaging $420, the most expensive home game is on 3/4 against the defending champion Heat. The Rockets host Howard’s former Lakers team on 1/8 in the second-most expensive home game, averaging $400. The Lakers first trip to Houston in the second week of the season on 11/7 is 17% less expensive, averaging $331. Dwight Howard's return to Staples Center is scheduled for February 19. On Christmas Day, the Rockets travel 200 miles west to take on in-state rival and defending Western Conference champion Spurs. The lone-star state showdown is averaging $239, less expensive than all but three Rockets home games.