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James Harden and the rest of the scrappy Houston Rockets gave fans a thrill when they earned a bid to the 2015 - 2016 NBA playoffs, however they were not able to capitalize on the appearance. The Rockets fell to the Golden State Warriors and championship runners-up 1 - 4 in the first round, sending them home before they could get any steam going. This fall Harden, Nene, and the rest of a stacked Houston lineup led by coach Mike D’Antoni will head back to Toyota Center for another shot at greatness. Check back throughout the entire season to buy all of your Houston Rockets tickets right here at Razorgator.

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The Houston Rockets fell to the Spurs in overtime in Game 5, leaving them a game behind in the series. It was a nail-biter of a game, with the score going back and forth between the two teams. James Harden was at his best, scoring 33 points and getting 10 rebounds and 10 assists. He also played solid defense, working hard to limit the Spurs' players from scoring. He also had a chance at tying the game once more during the final seconds of overtime with a 3-pointer, only to be blocked by Manu Ginobli. The two teams play on May 11, and they will play on May 14 if needed. You still have a chance to catch the action in person, with prices starting at $79.
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The Houston Rockets beat the Spurs in the conference semifinals on May 1. The Rockets walked away with a record-setting performance for their offense. Trevor Ariza led the team with 23 points, while James Harden had a double-double with 20 points and 14 rebounds. Six players scored in the double digits. The Rockets did not just win; they gave the Spurs their worse loss in a series opener during Gregg Popovich's reign. The two teams play again on May 3, May 5, and May 7, with more games as needed in this best-of-seven series. You still have a chance to grab your tickets to catch the action in person as these rivals compete to advance to the next round. Prices start at $46.

James Harden and the Houston Rockets have secured their place in the NBA Western Conference Semifinals. They are currently enjoying a break after defeating the Oklahoma City Thunder 4-1 in the opening series. Although they struggled at times, the Rockets were able to overcome challenges along the way. This fact makes them a daunting opponent for the rest of the playoffs. They will take on either the Memphis Grizzlies or the ageless San Antonio Spurs in the next round of postseason play. The winner of that series determines whether or not Houston will receive home-court advantage. If so, be at Toyota Center on Monday, May 1. Tickets are $108 and up.

After Game 1 in the Western Conference Quarterfinals, fans of the Houston Rockets were chanting James Harden’s name. The likely MVP’s performance included 37 points, nine assists and seven rebounds. The impressive display boosted the Rockets to 1-0 in the opening series, winning 118-87. Beating OKC by more than 30 points isn’t something that comes easy, and the Thunder will be anxious for redemption as they take the competition to their home court at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. It’s best of four matches—who will advance to Round 2? We have tickets to see the Rockets take on the Thunder this Friday, April 21, for just $63 and up.

Few people expected the Houston Rockets to be so dominant this season. Now, it’s hard to imagine this team not making a deep playoff run. As the number three team in the Western Conference, Houston has earned a juicy first round matchup with the Oklahoma City Thunder. It’s been a long time since James Harden was an integral part of the Thunder’s success, but those memories are certainly still fresh for him and opposing guard Russell Westbrook. These teams were incredibly competitive during their regular season series, and this matchup could be the best of the first round. There are still tickets available for game two in Houston, and they start as low as $61.

The Houston Rockets have won their last two games in a row. Their latest victory was over the Nuggets on April 5. With the victory, they secured their third place seed in the Western Conference. James Harden returned after a bout with the flu and had 31 points. The Rockets have four games left in the regular season. They will host the Pistons on April 7, and then they head on the road to pay the Kings and the Clippers on the 9 and 10. They have their final regular season game at home against the Timberwolves on the 12. There is still time to secure your seats for these games, as well as the first round of playoffs. Prices start at $32.

While the Houston Rockets are pretty much locked into the three-seed in the West, the team was still hoping to make a statement when the Warriors came to town on March 28. Unfortunately, a 37-point first quarter by Golden State put the Rockets in a hole that was a little too deep. Houston made a run late and got within striking distance, but couldn’t overcome a stellar game from Golden State’s deadly backcourt battery of Klay Thompson and Stephen Curry. The Rockets host another explosive team on April 5 when the Denver Nuggets come to play. Tickets for that showdown are still available and start for as little as $18. With one of the best offenses in the league, the Houston Rockets are in third place in the Western Conference with a 49-22 record. Houston is eight games behind conference leader Golden State and six and a half behind second-place San Antonio. Meanwhile, the Rockets have a nice five-and-a-half-game cushion over fourth-place Utah.

The Rockets trail only Golden State in scoring offense. The Rockets pour in 115.5 points per contest. Houston also leads the NBA in three-pointers made per game. Houston makes 14.6 long-range shots per game and fires up a total of 40.3 each contest. The Rockets have two games with Golden State coming up. They’ll first play the defending champs March 28 and then again March 31.

The Houston Rockets are looking good to start the playoffs that are just around the corner. Currently sitting in third place in the Western conference, the Rockets have been able to win their last two games against some tough teams, including the Cleveland Cavaliers. The Rockets and Cavaliers went back and forth each quarter with outscoring each other. In the end, the Rockets came out on top with the 117-112 win. This is one of the biggest wins this season for the Rockets. The Rockets hit the court again on Monday, March 20 against the Denver Nuggets on their home turf. Tickets are still up for grabs and start at and affordable $13.

Last Monday featured the much-anticipated Texas rivalry game between the Houston Rockets and San Antonio Spurs. Although basically a home game for both teams, the Spurs held the slight advantage as the hosting team. At first, it looked like a runaway for James Harden and the visitors, who scored an astounding 39 points in the first quarter. Even more mind-blowing, the Spurs were able to chip away at the Rockets’ lead basket by basket. In incredible come-from-behind fashion, San Antonio managed to steal the win 112-110 and send Houston home in shock. The Rockets will try to bounce back on Sunday, March 12, when they host the Cleveland Cavaliers. Tickets are $86 and up.

The Houston Rockets shuffled a few players around in the last month, including picking up Lou Williams from the Los Angeles Lakers. In the grand scope of things, Houston’s trades were fairly minimal, which is exactly what you would expect from a team that’s on pace to win around 60 games. With James Harden at the helm and all the role players doing their part, the team isn’t looking to shake things up. Still, fans are excited to see if Williams will bring the same depth from the bench that he has provided for teams in the past. Houston will host the Utah Jazz on March 8, with tickets starting as low as $12.

James Harden has had an incredible season for the Houston Rockets. Nearly becoming just the second player in the franchise’s history to earn 40 points in three consecutive games, Harden helped his team earn wins over Chicago and Orlando this week. Despite missing the 40-point mark in the third game by 15 points, Harden’s performance is nonetheless impressive, and the Rockets will continue to rely on his play-making abilities in the coming weeks before the postseason. Up next, Houston will host the Phoenix Suns on Saturday, Feb. 11. Following a three-day break, the Miami Heat are in town. Join the crowd at the Toyota Center in Houston by purchasing tickets now!

The Houston Rockets are among the few teams that can say they’ve beaten the NBA’s No. 1 team this season, and they’ll be looking for a repeat this week when the Golden State Warriors come to town for the first time this year. The last time the teams met, the game ended in double overtime, with the Rockets coming out on top by five. The rematch is set for this Friday, Jan. 20, at the Toyota Center. Game time is at 7:00 P.M., and since this is the last Houston home game for almost two weeks, you definitely don’t want to be late. Great tickets for this contest are available now for $141 and up.

The Houston Rockets ended 2016 with a bang and started their New Year with an even bigger bang by staying on a large five-game winning streak. On January 2, the Rockets took on the Washington Wizards for their first game of the year. James Harden was able to complete another triple-double during this game, which was enough to boost the Rockets over the Wizards on Monday night. This ninth triple-double of Harden’s season was the perfect complement to his outstanding performance on New Year’s Eve, when he scored 53 points, had 17 assists and 16 rebounds. Get your tickets today to catch all of Harden’s tricks along with the rest of his teammates.

The Houston Rockets narrowly lost against the Spurs on Tuesday, December 20, ending their impressive 10 game winning streak. With just 12.9 seconds left, the Sups hit a 3-pointer to pull ahead. The Rockets missed their final chances to equalize and win. James Harden, who missed a 3-pointer at the buzzer, finished the game with 31 points and 10 rebounds. The Rockets recovered from the loss and beat the Suns on December 21 125-111. They head to Memphis to play the Grizzlies before they go home to host the Suns on December 26. There is still time to get your tickets to catch the action in person as the Rockets work to build another winning streak. Prices start at $14.

The Houston Rockets are working hard to stay in the top seeds in the Western Conference and are currently sitting in fourth place. On Monday night, the Rockets took on the Boston Celtics for a game that came down to the wire. The Rockets found themselves down by six points during the last minutes of the game, but Harden was the key to the Rockets success. Harden was able to score 13 of his 37 points in the fourth quarter, which helped his team pick up their game to take home the 107-106 win over the Celtics. See the Rockets play next against the Dallas Mavericks on December 10. Tickets start at $10 each.

It’s just the fifth week of the NBA season, but already things are looking promising for the Houston Rockets. With James Harden on the roster, the Rockets are crawling their way up the standings, making it to No. 9 this week following more impressive performances from Harden. He is now averaging 29 points per game and nearly 13 assists, which is something that only three other NBA players have ever achieved. The Rockets are facing a tough schedule this week, playing the next five in a row on the road. They’ll return to the Toyota Center Monday, Dec. 5, to face the Celtics. Get tickets for that game from us now starting at $9.

The Houston Rockets beat the Wizards on November 7 to bring their record to 4-3 so far this season. The Wizards outscored the Rockets 30-27 in the first quarter, but then the Rockets found their groove and went into the locker room at the half ahead 56-47. The teams continued to battle it out, but the Rockets managed to come away the victors. Despite starting off slow, James Harden had 32 points and 15 assists to help the team beat the Wizards. The Rockets have a home-home series against the Spurs. They head to San Antonio on the 9 and then host the Spurs on the 12. You can still get tickets, with prices starting at just $9.

After a hugely successful 5-2 record in the preseason, the Houston Rockets are on fire as they face their season opener in Los Angeles. Taking on the Lakers is never a small task, but things are different this year after the departure of Kobe Bryant. The unfamiliarity of the team might lead some opponents to underestimate the Lakers, but Houston isn’t taking that chance. They’re plotting a firm strategy against the youth of the L.A. team, who will undoubtedly strong, especially in front of their home crowd. The Rockets will have their own home opener this Sunday, Oct. 30, against Dallas. Get tickets today and you’ll pay just $22 and up!

There’s never been any doubt that James Harden was the star of the Houston Rockets. In the 2016-2017 season, it’s up to The Beard to prove that he can be the star that the team needs him to be. With Dwight Howard gone, all eyes are on Harden to see if he can take the entire team on his shoulders, and thus far in the preseason he has been able to do just that. The Rockets are off to a hot start and hoping the stellar play will continue once the regular season begins. The team’s home opener will be against the Dallas Mavericks on October 30, and tickets start as low as $22.

This will be an interesting season for the Houston Rockets, and interesting is something that fans will happily take in place of underwhelming. The past few years with Dwight Howard at center didn’t go exactly as planned, so the team spent the summer retooling the lineup and hiring coach Mike D’Antoni who will certainly change the pace and tone of the offense. The team also signed Eric Gordon, Ryan Anderson and Brazilian big man Nene, and all of those players should have an immediate impact on the court. If you want to see how the team is looking in the early stages, tickets are available for the first preseason game at the Toyota Center on October 4, with prices starting as low as $5.

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