The Houston Rockets went through a massive roster overhaul this summer. Gone are the likes of Patrick Beverley, Lou Williams, Montrezl Harrell, Sam Dekker, Kyle Wiltjer, DeAndre Liggins, Darrun Hilliard and a 2018 first-round pick, but in their place stands Chris Paul (added via sign and trade
iTunes | BlogTalkRadio | Stitcher | Google Play (coming soon) @HardwoodKnocks | @AndrewDBailey | @DanFavale Chris Paul is a member of the Houston Rockets. Yes, that happened. No, you didn’t dream it. It was a real thing that went down over the offseason. Paul and James Harden are starting in the same backcourt. The
In an NBA offseason flush with activity, perhaps no more significant move was made than the Houston Rockets trade for Chris Paul. Coming off their second championship in three years, the Golden State Warriors look poised to dominate the NBA for the foreseeable future, and
Chris Paul and James Harden are at the center of what has the potential to become a William Shakespeare-level romance novel. These protagonists—and make no mistake, that is what they are—threaten to dance, sing and enlighten us about the intricacies of this beautiful game called basketball.