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[ESPN] Rockets not trading Dwight, planning all-out Durant pursuit this summer

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by The Cat, Feb 3, 2016.

  1. Rudyc281

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    The next coach has to bring a defense first mentality. The right coach can get more out of harden and love on that end of the floor.
     
  2. TheFreak

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    The reason the Rockets are where they are is because they told Lowry they wanted to wait until Melo and Lebron made up their minds before they would consider signing him. So by all means, let's do the exact same thing again only this time with Durant!
     
  3. LosPollosHermanos

    LosPollosHermanos Houston only fan
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    Morey is a one trick pony, I fully expect him to keep doing it based on his track record, but its amazing to see how many fans actually believe this bull****.

    Yea, Durant wants to go from a 3rd seed team ---> 7th seed team led by a lackadasical uninterested star instead of Westbrook. Rational thought has been abandoned.
     
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  4. J.R.

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    You stole the words out of my mouth. :)

    Definitely gonna leave a top four team* for a lottery team!
    *Top 4 in the NBA, not just WC

    Definitely gonna leave the all-out 110% Westbrook for the I-may-or-may-not-show-up-I'll-show-up-when-I-want-to Harden!

    Don't know if he'll leave OKC(not sure I would) but if he does, it won't be for Houston.

    And the whole he's closer to Harden than Westbrook or that he somehow hates Westbrook and is looking to get away, overstated at best.
     

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