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Topic - Ömer Aşık
The Houston Rockets enter the All-Star break with an NBA-best seven-game winning streak and are third in the Western Conference.
Chandler Parsons and the Houston Rockets made it two straight over a Texas rival without James Harden.
There was a time when second-round draft picks in the NBA held about as much value to some teams as the caps that were given to each player chosen on draft night.
James Harden scored 25 points and the Houston Rockets rolled by the Jazz 125-80 on Monday night, handing Utah its worst home loss in franchise history.
It's been an ugly new year so far for the Houston Rockets.
LeBron James put on a second-half show and helped the Miami Heat finally put away Houston.
Now that they've landed James Harden, the Houston Rockets have grander aspirations in mind.
Marcus Camby is returning to New York, while the Houston Rockets continue to reshape their roster.
Former Duke freshman guard Kyrie Irving was the first player chosen in the NBA draft Thursday night, becoming the third Blue Devil to hear his name called before any other.
Chicago Bulls backup center Omer Asik will miss the rest of the season because of a broken left fibula.
Chris Bosh plans to get dressed up in a suit, make some popcorn and turn the volume high on his television when the Miami Heat visit New York on Thursday night.
Chicago Bulls forward Carlos Boozer reported no problems after practicing with the team on Monday for the first time since breaking his right hand in an accident at his home on Oct. 2.
"It's all of the success," he said when asked what role health has played in the winning streak. "Having the guys back, our entire team helps us a lot to get guys comfortable in their roles and their spots."