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Positive Notes Going Into Game 3 & 4

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by SK34, May 22, 2015.

  1. SK34

    SK34 Member

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    -Rockets have a TRUE home court advantage, especially in the Playoffs. 6-1 in the Playoffs for Home Games. (4-1 before Rockets Series for the GSW, 6-1 after playing the Rockets).

    -Aside from losing 1 game to the Grizzlies, Warriors closest game at home was by 7 to the New Orleans Pelicans (Pelicans made a comeback, otherwise it was a huge blowout). Grizzlies got blown out 2 out of the 3 games they played at the Oracle. Rockets have kept both games competitive and the highest margin of lose that we have occurred is by 4.

    -5 on 8, and the Rockets still managed to keep both games within distance of stealing a game.

    -The role players have yet to show up. Josh Smith, Corey Brewer, Prigs, etc have not had the playoff games that they have had in the previous two series. They are bound to go off for at least 2-3 games in this series. Seems like they play well w/ their backs against the wall.

    -Rockets have not loss 3 games in a row this entire season.

    -Rockets might have figured out a way to defend the Warriors in the final 3-4 minutes of Game 2.

    -Howard seems like he can keep on going and Harden came to play!

    -Since we have been comparing this team to the history. In 1993-1994, the Rockets were down 2-0 vs the Phoenix Suns. In 1994-1995, the Rockets were the first team in HISTORY to overcome the 2-0 and 3-1 deficit vs the Phoenix Suns.

    If you have anything more to add, please do so. Add the positive notes here. Lets take Game 3 and 4!


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