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Topic - Terrence Jones
Dwight Howard received the worst reception of his career last season when he made his initial return to the city that was his NBA home for eight seasons.
Houston is starting to make a habit of 40-point first quarters.
The Houston Rockets enter the All-Star break with an NBA-best seven-game winning streak and are third in the Western Conference.
Jeremy Lin impressed his teammates with his first career triple-double in Houston's win over the Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night.
James Harden was out with a thumb injury, and then Dwight Howard got off to a slow start.
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Terrence Jones is out for the Houston Rockets against the Portland Trail Blazers with a deep thigh bruise.
Since signing with Houston this summer, Dwight Howard has been telling everyone that Terrence Jones had a chance to be a very good player.
Oklahoma City coach Scott Brooks showed his team each of the 12 3-pointers Houston made in its 73-point first half Thursday night.
James Harden dribbled inside the 3-point line, surveyed the court and saw the Pelicans weren't going to throw a quick double-team at him to try to force the ball out of his hands with the game on the line.
HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Rockets recently have developed a knack for playing great in the third quarter.
A sergeant saw the 6-foot-9 Jones walk by a doorway where two homeless men were sleeping and yell "Wake Up!" before lifting his foot and stomping on the leg of one.
Anthony Davis hugged his college teammate, hugged his coach, and climbed on stage as the No. 1 pick.
Best in the country and No. 1 and 2 in the NBA draft. The celebration goes on for Kentucky's kids.
Once Anthony Davis slips on a Hornets hat above basketball's most celebrated eyebrow Thursday night, the NBA draft really starts.
"I think guys stopped playing a little bit because of the lead," Jones said. "We just tried to make sure that we got back to it on the defensive end to make sure we got the win. I think we did that late in the fourth."
"When they've got a guy like that on their team that can get going like he can, there's not really too much you can say about being short-handed," said Houston forward Terrence Jones, who scored 25 points. "We fought. That's what I'm most proud of. No matter how much of a struggle, we never gave up."