Houston Rockets bounce back after they were embarrassed, no humiliated in their previous game against the Pelicans. The start of their match-up versus Miami could have gone in a similar direction, however the team’s focus was re-captured and the Rockets took off, literally.
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Perhaps it was the insertion of Demo into the starting five or maybe it was coach Kevin McHale jolting his team with additional line-up fluctuations to offset a first quarter 27-23 lead. Regardless this game was all Houston after the slow start: they outscored Miami 38-22 in the second quarter, were up 61-47 at the break and were up by 33 after three quarters.
Virtually the entire roster was able to get into the game tonight in quite the one-sided affair. There were a few highlights worth noting;
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Check back with us tomorrow for our post-game Rocket Science Analysis. Thanks for reading!