Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by RV6, Nov 15, 2012.
Lol, the Rockets should post more of these light-hearted moments, really shows these guys get along and chemistry is building.
It makes you feel silly too arguing intensely over trivial things involving the players while these guys are having fun, living their dreams.
Dribble 1 step 2 step Shoot sounds good to me. Parson's new move but I have seen it before, isn't that the Euro Step done by Manu?
Easy travel call.
lol... building team chemistry
Harden does that every game, and is probably one of the best users of that move (along with Wade and Manu).
What surprised me is that I don't think they were goofing around. It looks like they were actually in line to practice this, along with the coaches.
cook doesn't even know what he's doing :grin:
That was a travel, Chandler. Let it go.
1, 2, 3, 4... lol...
It was after practice...
<blockquote class="twitter-tweet"><p>James Harden currently leading impromptu Eurostep class including @<a href="https://twitter.com/chandlerparsons">chandlerparsons</a>, @<a href="https://twitter.com/jlin7">jlin7</a> an @<a href="https://twitter.com/dc4three">dc4three</a>. Wish I had seen the sign up sheet.</p>— Jason Friedman (@JasonCFriedman) <a href="https://twitter.com/JasonCFriedman/status/269138968442978305" data-datetime="2012-11-15T18:05:05+00:00">November 15, 2012</a></blockquote>
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I didn't say it was during practice, but that they were practicing it. Despite it being after practice, they all took enough serious interest in it to include coaches as defenders, while they all line up.
I'm surprised they need to even practise it, to me is a very easy and fundamental move.
Heck I did it without being aware of what it was as a teen decades ago
Hilarious! will watch again.
definitely a travel , but superstar always get away with it
Yeah, every time I do one of those, they call me old school. I think the key is to slow down, take big steps and make sure you show them the ball one way, as you take the step the other way.
This is clearly a more advanced level class than Daequan Cook is ready to handle.