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What A Hypothetical Rockets vs. Nuggets Matchup Would Look Like

Reading Time: 3 minutesThe Houston Rockets and Denver Nuggets currently hold the 6th and 3rd seed in the Western Conference, (respectively) and a best-of-7 matchup between these two teams would be very interesting. This is primarily because of one reason. Height. The Houston Rockets would likely play their normal starting lineup of Russell Westbrook, James Harden, Eric Gordon, Robert Covington, and PJ Tucker. The tallest player in this starting lineup is Robert Covington at 6’7″, and their “center” PJ Tucker is 245 pounds, but only 6’5″. The Denver Nuggets, on the other hand, could theoretically run a lineup of...

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Why James Harden is Extremely Overrated

Reading Time: 2 minutesA perennial MVP candidate, Houston Rockets shooting guard James Harden’s value and overall performance is not as impressive as you’d believe. James Harden is known for one thing, scoring. And by just watching him play, it seems like James Harden is one of the best scorers in the league today, possibly one of the best ever. But basketball is much deeper than that, and looking at stats paints a much different picture. While yes, James Harden is averaging 34.4 PPG this season, which is mostly due to his ball hogging (which is partly a result of...

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Meet the Most Underrated NBA Player Ever

Reading Time: 3 minutesWhen debating some of the league’s best big men, household names such as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O’Neal, Bill Russell, and Wilt Chamberlain most commonly dominate the conversation. But what if I told you there was a forgotten center, that may be more skilled, and a greater player than them all? Ladies and gentlemen, meet Hakeem Olajuwon. Hakeem “The Dream” Olajuwon is the most underappreciated basketball legend of all-time. For starters, Hakeem was drafted in 1984, just two selections before Michael Jordan, one of the best collegiate players ever. Even the Bulls GM at the time, Rod...

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The Rockets Lost; Deal with it.

Reading Time: < 1 minute With just under 8 minutes left in regulation, the Houston Rockets held a 13-point lead over the San Antonio Spurs. James Harden stole the ball from DeMarre Carroll and dunked it on the other end, but the refs called it a missed dunk. So instead of being up 15 with under 8 minutes to play, they were “only” up 13 points. There are now reports that the final 7:50 could be REPLAYED, or Houston may even be AWARDED THE WIN. It would be blasphemous to make any changes to the result of this game,...

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