Rockets ‘can compete with anybody in the league’ when healthy – James Harden | NBA on ESPN

James Harden says the Rockets’ healthy roster improves the team’s confidence and energy after Houston cruised to a 136-105 win over the San Antonio Spurs. Chris Paul, who returned to the Rockets’ lineup after missing three games with a hamstring injury, says he is glad to be back and is “miserable” when he can’t play. Head coach Mike D’Antoni sees a lot of room for improvement, but says the win is “real valuable” after losing four straight games.

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  1. Chris Paul hamstring injury is a sign of potentiel misfortunes for this team again.. if it is already acting up at this point in the season, Rockets are better off playing CP3 limited minutes rather than risk losing him throughout the playoffs..

  2. Playing for the Rockets in opinion has to be the most deflating thing in basketball it's literally dribble dribble by Harden or Chris Paul for 15-20 seconds step back 3 or penetrate to the rim or pick and roll with Capela while their wings just stand in the corners, they are not good enough this year it's as simple as that.

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