The Rio Grande Valley Vipers are on a winning streak this season.
13 games in a row? Yes, the Rio Grande Valley Vipers have won 13 games in a row!
With those wins, the Vipers now lead the Southwest Division.
It is quite a nice surprise considering the team started the season off with three losses.
FEEL THE VENOM
The losses did not bring the Vipers down, rather utilized to fuel and discharge their venom on their rivals.
Currently, the Vipers rank 2nd in points per game, 1st in rebounds per game, and 2nd in assists per game.
They also have the most wins in the G-League.
In other HOT news!
Danuel House Jr was called up by the Phoenix Suns on Friday. He signed a two-way contract with the team.
Congratulations goes out to @DanuelHouseJr who was signed by the @Suns. He is the 3rd @Gatorade call-up to the @NBA this season. https://t.co/jPYHr7n4GQ#FeelTheVenom #NBAGLeague pic.twitter.com/JT470RXfZq
— RGV Vipers (@RGVVipers) December 8, 2017
Onuaku, a starter for the Vipers and a Rockets assignee is really showing improvement from last year.
As a result, he has recorded his 6th double-double of the season. In his last two games, he has scored 14 points along with 11 and 12 rebounds.
— RGV Vipers (@RGVVipers) December 7, 2017
Another noteworthy performer is Briante Weber.
? TripleDoubleAlert ?@HoustonRockets #2WayPlayer Briante Weber posted a triple-double with 27 points, 11 assists and 10 rebounds to lead the @RGVVipers to their 13th consecutive victory! pic.twitter.com/hmZYtnLnbq
— NBA G League (@nbagleague) December 9, 2017
Briante Weber has been consistently great for the Vipers. It will be cool to see if/how the Rockets will use him during the post-season.
ALL WE DO IS WIN…
At least I hope so.
The Rio Grande Valley Vipers will face the Agua Caliente Clippers, the G- League team of the LA Clippers twice this week. The Clippers record is 8-6, which I hope means “easy” wins for the Vipers.
Watch the G-League’s Facebook Live on Tuesday at 7PM (CT) to find out if the Vipers increase that win streak to 14 in a row.