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Rockets: Danuel House reveals his strict new routine to improve his shot

Houston Rockets Danuel House (Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)
Houston Rockets Danuel House (Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)
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Houston Rockets Danuel House (Photo by Fernando Medina/NBAE via Getty Images)

Houston Rockets forward Danuel House recently joined SportsTalk 790’s The A-Team to discuss several things, including a rigid training program he’s committed to.

Although the NBA hasn’t been in action in over a month, Houston Rockets fans have been fortunate in that the Rockets have been keeping us up-to-date on how they’ve been doing. Rockets general manager Daryl Morey has done several interviews to discuss a number of topics, and Eric Gordon has done the same.

We also heard from Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni, who joins the other two in expressing optimism for the season to return. Gordon went on to say how it’s impossible to not have doubt about whether there will be a season, while speaking on SportsTalk 790 on Tuesday.

Almost right after Gordon’s interview with the Matt Thomas Show, Danuel House joined the same station’s afternoon show The A-Team, which isn’t surprising considering how 790 is the official Houston Rockets station. House’s interview was a bit different, as it was clear he wasn’t necessarily a planned guest.

In fact, House had just purchased a lawn mower and was in the car on the way back from making the purchase. What’s interesting is that House not only a basketball goal, but a room for shooting, yet didn’t own a lawn mower upto that point. House spoke about how he’s been doing chores around the house during the hiatus, which explains the sudden need for the lawn mower.

But House also spoke about the importance of conditioning and what he’s been doing to ensure he stays in elite shape for when the league returns, including several other topics. As always, we’ve provided the highlights from the interview below.

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