Tag Archives: Dallas Mavericks
When an opponent consistently catches fire against Houston, he picks up the title of “Rocket Killer” around these parts. There may not be a bigger Rocket Killer ever than Jason Terry. In 35 games against the Rockets since he joined … Continue reading
The Dallas Mavericks just won their first championship in franchise history Sunday, finishing off the Miami Heat for a 105-95 win to clinch the best-of-seven NBA Finals series 4-2. The Mavericks championship means that teams from the State of Texas have won 7 of the last 18 NBA championships and have only lost one NBA Finals series in that time, the Mavs losing to Miami in 2006.
The question that comes to mind is how Houston Rockets fans, in general, should feel about this.
There is one trade the Rockets nearly pulled off this past summer that might have drastically changed their fortunes this season. On July 8th, word broke out that the Rockets were involved in talks of a four-team trade that would … Continue reading
Are we alarmed yet? The Rockets couldn’t stop Dirk Nowitzki or Caron Butler (or for that matter, J.J. Barea) and were run 101-91 in Dallas Monday night, falling to 5-12 on the season. Houston shot under 36% from the floor … Continue reading