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Houston Rockets tickets allow fans the opportunity to see one of the NBA's premiere franchises. Established as the San Diego Rockets in 1967, the team made the move to Houston in 1971. The Rockets enjoyed back-to-back NBA championships in '94 and '95 and play their games at The Toyota Center. Watch as the Rockets build their legacy and work to bring their third world title to Houston!
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The Houston Rockets promise a better season with renewed health in the frontcourt. With crowd-pleasers in the backcourt and new recruits in the lineup, the Rockets are definitely on board for the ride of their lives. Buy your Rockets tickets and see the Rockets fly to the moon and back.
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Houston Rockets tickets ensure that fans see the Rockets playing top contenders throughout the entire NBA season. The Rockets will look to improve their standing in the Southwest Division in 2011. With matchups against great teams like the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Mavericks and non-divisional meetings with Kobe Bryant's Los Angeles Lakers, the Rockets are sure to be tested all season long. Grab your Rockets tickets now and don't miss the action!
3/25/15: There is very little question that the Houston Rockets will make the playoffs this season. At last count, they were solidly in third place in the Western Conference and, even with a massive losing streak, they have enough wins to get to the postseason. Unfortunately, Terrance Jones will be out for at least a week. He has a collapsed lung, which sounds incredibly serious. Joey Dorsey will likely fill many of Jones' minutes. In the meantime, James Harden has to pick up for another teammate and hopefully Dwight Howard will be back any day now and the team can get ready for the playoffs.
3/18/15: It has been quite some time since Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard played. He injured his knee in late January and has been out since. Fortunately for the Rockets, his absence has not hurt the team too much. To make a long story short, James Harden has played at an MVP level for the past eight weeks and Rockets still are in second place in the Southwest Division. Even better news is that Howard is expected to return to action in a week or so. That will give him and the team time to acclimate to each other, just in time for the playoffs.
3/11/15: There are not a lot of points in the standing separating playoff teams in the Western Conference, so every win is important. Teams may hate losing, but they despise missed calls in key moments. That is exactly what happened to the Rockets against the Southwest Division-leading Memphis Grizzlies last week. James Harden was fouled driving to the basket, only he wasn't because the refs missed the call. That gave the Grizzlies possession and the chance to win the game, which they did. It is too little, too late, though the NBA said the refs missed the call. Unfortunately, the only ones hurt by it are the Rockets.
3/4/15: The NBA regular season has just about reached the three quarters mark and the Western Conference is as big of a jumble as ever. The three through eight seeds are bunched within seven wins of each other and the Houston Rockets find themselves at the top of that confusion. The Rockets have enjoyed a bit of a hot streak, winning three in a row. Houston still trails the surprising Memphis Grizzlies by 2.5 games. That is not an insurmountable lead, but will be difficult considering how well the Grizzlies have played this season. Of course, if Houston can mount a nice winning streak then they can ensure home court in the playoffs, which is beneficial considering the Rockets have only lost eight times at home this season.
2/25/15: It is time for the Houston Rockets to start proving everyone wrong. Many NBA experts continue to believe that the Rockets are a good team, but not a true contender this season. The Rockets respectively disagree and took advantage of the Philadelphia 76ers attempts to 're-tank' the season by grabbing K.J. McDaniels.. One of the knocks on the Rockets is that they are not a great defending team and McDaniels will help out on that front. They also picked up Pablo Prigioni from New York, another team that is not even trying to hide losing so they can improve their lottery odds.
2/18/15: It was just a few years ago that Jeremy Lin and "Linsanity" burst on to the scene in New York. After an unexpected and remarkable run with the Knicks, the Rockets dove in head first on the bandwagon and gave Lin a huge contract. He never played up to it, so the Rockets unloaded him on the Lakers. Now the Rockets may be trying to get him back. He probably will not be returning to Houston before the trade deadline, but could make his way back to Southeast Texas in the offseason. Though one has to assume for a much lower number this time around.
2/11/15: The Houston Rockets continue to hold strong in the Western Conference, currently sitting third in standings and second in the Southwest Division. The Rockets have a team that is probably better than what they are given credit for. The season is more than halfway completed, and barring major injuries or a complete meltdown, the Rockets should be in the postseason. The All Star Game is this weekend and James Harden will be competing in the 3-Point Challenge. Other competitors include Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson, so this is not an event to be missed.
2/5/15: There was good news and bad news out of Houston last week. The good news is that James Harden was recognized for his strong play by Western Conference All Star coach Steve Kerr by being selected for the annual festival of the league's top players - so congratulations to Harden. Unfortunately, that news was tempered by the diagnosis that center Dwight Howard has a knee injury that may keep him out for an 'extended period of time'. The Season is only about half over and the Rockets are in a playoff spot today. However, the team could suffer in the insanely competitive Western Conference without Howard.
1/28/15: The Houston Rockets may have a budding rivalry with the Golden State Warriors, which would be great for the game. The Warriors beat the Rockets by 11 and 12 points earlier in the season, and James Harden said "They ain't even that good". So the Warriors beat the Rockets by 25. Houston still refuses to acknowledge Golden State's talent level, even though the Warriors have the best record in the league. The teams will meet again, but it could get really fun if the two squads face each other in the playoffs, which is very likely.
1/21/15: The Houston Rockets, who are still not getting the respect they deserve on a national scale, are showing that they are a resilient team. Just days after getting embarrassed in Orlando by a developing team, the Rockets responded by jumping all over the host Oklahoma City Thunder right off the bat. Houston finished the first quarter with a 40-18 lead and never looked back. James Harden put in 31 points, 10 assists and nine rebounds in the 112-101 win. That was their fifth win in six games, and is another reason why they should be one of the top Western contenders in a few months.
1/7/15: The Houston Rockets are continually disregarded as a viable contender, though that should not be the case. The Rockets have slipped a few games lately and are only 5-5 in their last 10 games, but they are still 22-10 and in fifth place in the Western Conference. Now that the team has added Josh Smith to complement Dwight Howard and James Harden, they should be in a position to make a run. The fact of the matter is that the Western Conference is simply terrific and any team that makes the playoffs not only deserves to be there but has a legitimate shot of winning it all. Of course, things would be a lot easier if they could be in the East.
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|May 27, 2015||Western Conf Finals: Houston Rockets - Golden State Warriors - Game 5||90 - 104|
|May 25, 2015||Western Conf Finals: Golden State Warriors - Houston Rockets - Game 4||115 - 128|
|May 23, 2015||Western Conf Finals: Golden State Warriors - Houston Rockets - Game 3||115 - 80|
|May 21, 2015||Western Conf Finals: Houston Rockets - Golden State Warriors - Game 2||98 - 99|
|May 17, 2015||Western Conf Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers - Houston Rockets - Game 7||100 - 113|
|May 12, 2015||Western Conf Semifinals: Los Angeles Clippers - Houston Rockets - Game 5||103 - 124|
|May 10, 2015||Western Conf Semifinals: Houston Rockets - Los Angeles Clippers - Game 4||95 - 128|
|Apr 28, 2015||Western Conf Quarterfinals: Dallas Mavericks - Houston Rockets - Game 5||94 - 103|
|Apr 26, 2015||Western Conf Quarterfinals: Houston Rockets - Dallas Mavericks - Game 4||109 - 121|
|Apr 24, 2015||Western Conf Quarterfinals: Houston Rockets - Dallas Mavericks - Game 3||130 - 128|
|Apr 21, 2015||Western Conf Quarterfinals: Dallas Mavericks - Houston Rockets - Game 2||99 - 111|
|Apr 18, 2015||Western Conf Quarterfinals: Dallas Mavericks - Houston Rockets - Game 1||108 - 118|
|Apr 15, 2015||Utah Jazz - Houston Rockets||91 - 117|
|Apr 13, 2015||Houston Rockets - Charlotte Hornets||100 - 90|