Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown break down the release of the 2022-2023 NBA Schedule. We break down each and every game of the upcoming season, and highlight the 4 premiere games for the Houston Rockets. Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown break down the release of the 2022-2023 NBA Schedule. We break down each and every game of the upcoming season, and highlight the 4 premiere … [Read more...] about The Dream Take Podcast: 2022-2023 NBA Schedule Release Breakdown and Analysis
How would Andrew Wiggins look in Rockets red? | Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports The Rockets will have plenty of cap space ahead of 2023-24. Will they find a use for it? In the NBA, as in other facets of life, size matters. Nobody wants size to matter. It poses an unfair advantage to the party who’s been endowed with it. Regardless, it exists, and whoever has it will … [Read more...] about Can the Rockets be free agency players next summer?
Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images The Houston Rockets and the NBA released the full 2022-23 schedule today. There are several interesting matchups to look forward to. Even with expectations low among most Rockets fans regarding wins and losses, it doesn't dampen the excitement for the upcoming season. We already know the preseason schedule, with the Rockets opening … [Read more...] about Five games Rockets fans should be excited about to start the season
Houston Rockets Shane Battier, 2009 NBA Western Conference Semifinals | Set Number: X82339 TK1 R1 F98 The ultimate glue guy? Over at basketballnews.com, there’s currently a series called Blazing the Trail, where writer Mat Issa breaks down some of the most revolutionary players of the 1990s and 2000s, featuring guys like Reggie Miller, Dirk Nowitzki, Shawn Kemp, Chris … [Read more...] about Former Rocket Shane Battier gets some love as a “revolutionary” defender
Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown are joined by special guest, Darren Yuvan, of SB Nation’s The Dream Shake. Topics include, but are not limited to: Shane Battier’s interview on Kobe Bryant, recent comments on Kevin Porter Jr.’s future with the Rockets, and more. Jeremy Brener and Michael Brown are joined by special guest, Darren Yuvan, of SB Nation’s The Dream Shake. Topics … [Read more...] about The Dream Take Podcast: Houston Rockets News and Notes with special guest Darren Yuvan
Photo by Rocky Widner/NBAE via Getty Images From John Lucas II to Kevin Porter Jr., the Rockets have had a long history of smooth southpaws. How unique is it being left-handed? Just about roughly 90 percent of the human population is right-hand dominant, an overwhelming majority. However, August 13th presents the opportunity to recognize the other ten percent as it is … [Read more...] about Celebrate International Left-Handers Day with the Rockets
Alpie Kindly Suggests You Don’t, He Loves Peace | Photo by David Dow/NBAE via Getty Images Early preparation often pays off! We’re still a long ways out from NBA training camps even opening, but it’s never too early to begin the search for someone to blame for the Rockets’ misfortunes! It seems that every season the Very Online Rockets Sphere (VORS) chooses someone, … [Read more...] about Who should be the Rockets’ scapegoat in 22-23?
Photo by Cato Cataldo/NBAE via Getty Images Per The Athletic and Stadium’s NBA writer Shams Charania, the Houston Rockets today signed free agent veteran center Willie Cauley-Stein. Free agent center Willie Cauley-Stein has agreed to a one-year deal with the Houston Rockets, sources tell @TheAthletic @Stadium. Cauley-Stein will compete for a roster spot in training … [Read more...] about Rockets sign Willie Cauley-Stein to training camp deal
Photo by Sarah Stier/Getty Images Houston’s head coach had some things to say. It's been several months since we saw the Houston Rockets on the court. The release of Houston’s preseason schedule was a nice departure from the news desert that is the NBA right now, but many fans are starving for any Rockets news. Luckily during yesterday's Sports Talk 790 interview, we … [Read more...] about Three takeaways from Stephen Silas’s interview