The Rockets Were Straight Up Laughing At Andre Roberson

The Rockets Were Straight Up Laughing At Andre Roberson
Westbrook won't say it, but he can't do it alone
Professional athletes do and say a lot of mean things to each other over the course of a game, but I'm not sure if I've ever seen anything as disrespectful as the Rockets' bench treating Andre Roberson's bricked free throw into a live comedy special.

Russell Westbrook might be a ball hog at times on the basketball court, but it's impossible to deny that he is an awesome teammate off it. His teammates seem to love him, and it's to easy to see why that is the case. Westbrook sticks by them even when …
Tuesday night at Toyota Center, the Rockets will attempt to close out their first round series against the Oklahoma City Thunder, but after being pushed to the brink by blowing a 14-point third quarter lead in game four Sunday, the Rockets know the …

Westbrook won't say it, but he can't do it alone

Houston Rockets Bench Outplaying OKC's at Every Turn
Houston Rockets Bench Outplaying OKC's at Every Turn

Oklahoma City's Russell Westbrook (0) trie to get past Houston's Patrick Beverley (2) during Game 4 in the first round of the NBA basketball playoffs between the Oklahoma City Thunder and the Houston Rockets at Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma

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Westbrook said the guys laughing at Roberson probably don't play. Boy, was he right. by Kristian Winfield@Krisplashed Apr 24, 2017, 2:55pm EDT. tweet · share · pin · Rec · Russell Westbrook had a hunch: The Rockets players laughing at Andre Roberson

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Rarely does an offensive rebound off an intentionally flubbed free throw work, but Oklahoma City Thunder teammates Steven Adams and Russell Westbrook pulled it off and made the most of it. Advertisement. After Adams made his first attempt in Sunday's

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Russell Westbrook roasts Rockets who laughed at Roberson's missed free throws
Russell Westbrook roasts Rockets who laughed at Roberson's missed free throws

In what could be the final game of the Oklahoma City season, Russell Westbrook and the Thunder visit Houston for Game 5 of an NBA first-round playoff series on Tuesday. Sue Ogrocki/Associated Press. prev. next. OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — James Harden's shot was off, and one of the most unlikely players on Houston's roster came to the rescue. Nene scored 28 points on perfect shooting from the field, and the Rockets beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 113-109 on

Houston Rockets Bench Outplaying OKC's at Every Turn

Isaiah Thomas previously explained his emotions in a statement, but the Celtics guard spoke publicly yesterday for the first time since the death of his sister in a car crash just before the playoffs. Thomas, via A. Sherrod Blakely of CSN Northeast …

Nene has spent 15 years in the NBA and many still struggle in pronouncing his name. | April 24, 2017, at 6:59 p.m.. MORE. LinkedIn · StumbleUpon · Google +; Cancel. Houston's D'Antoni: Nene 1 of Those Players You Have to Have. The Associated Press. . As the Rockets' Pat Beverley can attest, Oklahoma City isn't the friendliest place in the NBA for visiting teams. The Rockets' point guard received death threats from Thunder fans back in 2013, and he had an encounter with a fan during and after Friday …

Nene had the playoff game of his career on Sunday, shooting 12-12 from the field in the Rockets' 113-109 Game 4 win over the Thunder. Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni heaped praise on his center after the game, saying Nene has looked like the best

There have been lots of ups and downs in the matchup between the Houston Rockets and the OKC Thunder, but one thing has been consistent throughout: Houston's bench production. By a lot of measures, the first round should already be over for the


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