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Houston Rockets – Space City Scoop fans have their say – The Series

By Tamberlyn Richardson
Apr 27, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard (12) rebounds against the Golden State Warriors during game five of the first round of the NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at Oracle Arena. The Golden State Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets 114-81. Mandatory Credit: Marcio Jose Sanchez/Pool Photo via USA TODAYSports
Apr 27, 2016; Oakland, CA, USA; Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard (12) rebounds against the Golden State Warriors during game five of the first round of the NBA Playoffs against the Houston Rockets at Oracle Arena. The Golden State Warriors defeated the Houston Rockets 114-81. Mandatory Credit: Marcio Jose Sanchez/Pool Photo via USA TODAYSports
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As a thank you to the Houston Rockets fans and the readers of Space City Scoop a series sharing your best comments appeared on the site.

Clutch City demonstrated their insight and passion and it didn’t go unnoticed. In case you missed the series it’s all here in one post for your perusal including the Fan Post of the Year which went to Weirdbeard (love the moniker by the way).

Enjoy the fans and readers amazing input:

There was definitely areas that drew more feedback than others and like the Space City Scoop writing staff those areas often reflected areas the Houston Rockets need to concentrate on most:

James Harden

Obviously as the franchise star James Harden merits the writing teams attention and ample articles are writing about  him. The two which drew the most attention from our readers focused on how much of the Rockets problems are his fault and whether he should be the player Houston builds around.

Next: Should Harden be Rockets leader?

Next: Is Harden to blame?

Next: Should Rockets build around Harden?

Patrick Beverley

After the failed experiment of Ty Lawson to upgrade the starting point guard role Patrick Beverley ended up being the man. The problem is the writing staff, fans and readers are all in agreement he shouldn’t be. Further there are many who think his “style” of play is wearing thin. It’s fine to be a “pest” if you are Matthew Dellavedova coming off the bench, but not as a starter, so many wish Beverley would focus on fundamentals and just play.

Next: Is Beverley hurting Rockets?

Replacing the Head Coach

News Wednesday (May 26) is the Memphis Grizzlies are offering their head coach position to David Fizdale currently an assistant for the Miami Heat. If Fizdale accepts that leaves Houston as the only team remaining in the Association without a head coach. Perhaps everyone is overreacting about the numerous coaches the team has interviewed along with the quality candidates who signed elsewhere (Vogel, Thibodeau, Walton for example).

That said, maybe this puts Leslie Alexander and Daryl Morey in the cat seat because now they can pick the best of who is left. Still, the overriding feeling by the fan base and SCS writers is it doesn’t seem like Morey knows what he wants (OR NEEDS) especially with emphasis seemingly on an offensive coach when defense appears to be the biggest issue.

Next: Thoughts on Van Gundy

Next: Myriad of Head Coach Comments

Daryl Morey and Analytics

The Space City Scoop Post of the Year comes from Weirdbeard (a frequent contributor) who provided a compelling response to the Editors article focusing on whether Morey has allowed his analytic focus rule over everything else required to create a cohesive team.

Next: Fan-Reader Post of Year

Suffice to say the readers are a knowledgeable group who have plenty to say and should be heard! Here’s hoping someone on the Houston Rockets staff peruses the Space City Scoop site for these  fan comments. It sure couldn’t hurt!

Make sure you check out the current Space City Scoop series including our year end player analysis, draft prospects worthy of Rockets picking or trading for and our end of season Rockets Round Table:

Next: Houston Rockets SCS Roundtable Part 1

Next: Houston Rockets SCS Roundtable Part 2

Next: Houston Rockets SCS Roundtable Part 3

Space City Scoop is always looking to add new talent to our writing team. Currently we’re looking for individuals with a specialized focus. The first area of focus is perfect for someone who is constantly surfing the web for breaking news on injuries, trades, insider info etc. This individual would select the top news items and provide timely quick hits to keep SCS readers in the loop.

The other area of focus is someone who possesses a strong social media background who likes to interact with Clutch City Fans. You’ll promote SCS team content on facebook and twitter while also making sure to promote the best content coming from H-Town fans. If you have this capability and are interested check out this link and fill out an application.

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