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Houston Rockets Game 60 of 2015-16 Season vs Bucks

By Tamberlyn Richardson
Feb 29, 2016; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Jerryd Bayless (19) celebrates with forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) after hitting a 3-point basket in the fourth quarter during the game against the Houston Rockets at BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks beat the Rockets 128-121. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
Feb 29, 2016; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Bucks guard Jerryd Bayless (19) celebrates with forward Giannis Antetokounmpo (34) after hitting a 3-point basket in the fourth quarter during the game against the Houston Rockets at BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks beat the Rockets 128-121. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports
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Houston Rockets Game 60 of 2015-16  saw the squad tipping off versus  the Milwaukee Bucks.

Continuing SCS series of all 82 games from last season next up is the Houston Rockets Game 60 of 2015-16 versus the Milwaukee Bucks.

Feb 29, 2016; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard (12) and guard James Harden (13) reacts after a basket in the fourth quarter during the game against the Milwaukee Bucks at BMO Harris Bradley Center. The Bucks beat the Rockets 128-121. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

The Houston Rockets added draft picks and signed free agents to improve upon an especially mediocre 41-41 campaign. Big man Dwight Howard left for Atlanta while free agents Ryan Anderson, Eric Gordon, Nene Hilario and Pablo Prigioni joined Houston in free agency.

Hopes are these additions and the growth of existing assets will translate into a season similar to 2014-15. While fans wait for opening night on October 26th versus the Lakers hopefully this series will appease your cravings.

To that end, this series showcases the Rockets 82 games noting the pregame analysis, post game grades, and relevant video. Furthermore, SCS will highlight significant changes made by their opponents this summer. So, here it is – – enjoy all 82 posts as SCS takes you back over the 2015-16 season.

Game 60 – Bucks

89. . 121. 169. 128

Post Game Analysis:

On the road once more the Houston Rockets faced the young Milwaukee Bucks. But, despite a great game by the Rockets star duo, the home court advantage and Jabari Parker snatched the victory. Furthermore Houston are sinking without a trace under .500 and in jeopardy of missing the post season.

With Jason Kidd betting on his squad’s reach and specifically their height, it took a while for the Rockets to adapt to the Bucks long, slim forwards.

Overall the game was very entertaining with both sides favoring their offensive potential over defensive awareness choosing instead to showcase athleticism and dunks. The game was highlighted by great performances from sophomore Jabari Parker and veteran Trevor Ariza.

Ultimately though the Rockets have suffered when trading baskets with their adversary, the team showed they don’t learn from their mistakes and the Bucks made them pay for it.

Andre Cantalogo’s full post game and player grades Houston Rockets Game 60 article.

Stat Leaders:

As per the note above Andre Cantalogo picked Trevor Ariza and Jabari Parker as the top game performers.

A. It’s not that <a href=. SF. Houston Rockets. TREVOR ARIZA

A+. Wow. I have to start by admitting I was already a fan of <a href=. SF. Milwaukee Bucks. JABARI PARKER

Houston Rockets Game 60 NBA.com box score.

Rockets Games vs Bucks in 2016-17

  • January 18th at home
  • January 23rd in Milwaukee at BMO Harris Bradley Center

Draft Picks and Free Agents

Apparently length is the number one trait the scouts in Milwaukee seek as they continue to add more lanky players with long wing spans to the mix.

Draft Picks:

Round 1: Thon Maker (10)

Round 2: Malcolm Brogdon (36)

Incoming Free Agents/trade:

Exiting Free Agents/traded: 

  • Jerryd Bayless 3-years, $27M to 76ers
  • Greivis Vasquez 1-year deal (no financials disclosed yet) to Nets
  • Chris Copeland signs training camp contract with Spurs
  • Jared Cunningham will play overseas

Unresolved:

  • Steve Novak

More Free Agent News

Next: Updated Free Agency Report

Next: Free Agency Profiles for all 30 Teams

Due to the large Houston Rockets fan base, SCS is always looking to add new talent to our writing team. To that end, we’re looking for individuals with a specialized focus.  Specifically, the first area  is perfect for someone who constantly surfs for breaking news on injuries, trades, insider info. Consequently this individual would select top news items providing timely quick hits to keep SCS readers in the loop.

The other writer would possess an especially strong social media background and would like to interact with Clutch City Fans. Therefore this person will promote SCS team content on facebook and twitter. As a result the successful candidate will  make sure to promote the best content coming from H-Town fans. In conclusion, if you’re a budding writer who possesses these qualities vist the SCS link, and fill out an application

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