It is that time of the year again in the NBA and it is not about the Holidays. It is more about seeing the wild trade rumors from around the league and guess who just made the headlines recently—Dwight Howard!
The Houston Rockets continue to sputter to date and such could lead to more changes but this time in the player roster.
Rockets starting center Dwight Howard will reportedly play his first back-to-back games next week when the team takes on the New York Knicks on Sunday and then the Detroit Pistons the day after.
Harden finally broke loose, unload a game-high 37 points after a woeful three games which saw him just make 9 percent of his three pointers and a woeful field goal percentage of just 22%.
James Harden was forced to leave during their preseason match with the Orland Magic and the word out right now is that the Rockets star guard has suffered a minor bruise knee.
James Harden has been on the headlines lately mostly because of his ridiculously but profitable deal with Adidas that is testament to the new heights he is in ever since bolting the Oklahoma City Thunder and joining the Houston Rockets back in 2012.
Jason Terry may no longer be young and agile as he was like before but he still possesses the basketball smarts that makes him a prized point guard to have in the roster.
Although it may have been a Kylie Jenner-packed birthday weekend, Khloé Kardashian made sure to keep a little room for her rumored boyfriend, James Harden.
The Denver Nuggets have finally found a taker for Ty Lawson.
Controversial guard Ty Lawson may be in the headlines these days due to his second DUI (driving under influence) arrest but it seems that the controversial episode has failed to discourage several teams into considering the 27-year-old guard.
Lin was someone who many felt would have a hard time latching to any team in the coming season, with tons of free agent guards and incoming rookies who could be a better choice.
The WWE was at Houston recently and during a Smackdown taping, spotted was Rocket center Dwight Howard.
Jeremy Lin could be headed back to Houston as the Rockets search for a reliable point guard in the offseason
The Houston Rockets came out strong as they defeated the Los Angeles Clippers, 113-100, to advance to the Conference finals for the first time in 18 years.
Rick Carlisle appears to be learning his lessons from the court very quickly.