Barnes Scores 25 In Kings' 2nd Win Over Rockets In 3 DaysHarrison Barnes scored 25 points, and the Sacramento Kings beat the Houston Rockets 122-117 on Friday night. The Rockets and Kings were playing each other for the second time in three days following Sacramento’s 121-118 win on Wednesday.
Kings Used Balanced Scoring Attack To Beat Rockets 121-118Davion Mitchell, Damian Jones and Trey Lyles scored 24 points each, and the Sacramento Kings outlasted the Houston Rockets for a 121-118 win Wednesday night.
Gordon's Late Basket Helps Rockets Hold Off Kings 118-112Christian Wood had 23 points and 14 rebounds, Eric Gordon made a clutch bucket with 12.5 seconds remaining and the Houston Rockets held off the Sacramento Kings 118-112 on Sunday night.
Bagley's Breakout Game Leads Kings Past Rockets, 126-115Marvin Bagley III had season highs of 26 points and 13 rebounds, and the Sacramento Kings beat the Houston Rockets 126-114 on Friday night.
Fox Scores 30, Kings Hand Rockets 14th Straight Loss 125-105De’Aaron Fox had 30 points, nine assists and seven rebounds, and the Sacramento Kings
Rockets Survive Sloppy Fourth Quarter, Beat Kings 113-104James Harden scored 34 points, Russell Westbrook had 28 and the Houston Rockets overcame one of their worst fourth quarters of the season to beat the Sacramento Kings 113-104 on Monday night.
Bjelica's 3 At Buzzer Lifts Kings Over Rockets 119-118Nemanja Bjelica made a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Sacramento Kings to a 119-118 victory over the Houston Rockets on Monday night.
NBA Suspends Ingram, Rondo, Paul In Lakers-Rockets DustupLakers teammates Brandon Ingram and Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul of the Rockets were suspended without pay Sunday for an on-court fight.
Keidel: Would The Rockets Have Won With Chris Paul?Without their star point guard, Chris Paul, the Rockets couldn't push through a cold streak that left them trailing the Warriors in game 7.
Looks Like The Rockets Are Making This A SeriesThe Rockets, playing a dominant Warriors team in maybe the NBA's most hostile environment, evened the series at two games each.
The 2017 NBA Offseason And The 2018 Conference FinalsThe two biggest moves of the 2017 NBA offseason helped set the stage for this year's Eastern and Western Conference Finals match-ups.
Keidel: Pressure Is On The RocketsThe three most important Rockets -- James Harden, Chris Paul, and Mike D'Antoni -- need to prove they're more than playoff poseurs.
Chris Paul Not Celebrating Western Conference Finals AppearanceChris Paul's jaw-dropping display of basketball genius Tuesday night helped put the Rockets in the Conference Finals. But he's not done.
LeBron Has Closed Gap In MVP Race, But It Should Still Go To HardenThe race for this year's MVP Award will be close, but with the level that the Houston Rockets have been playing at all season, it would be shocking if James Harden was not the recipient of the 2017-18 Maurice Podoloff Trophy.
Keidel: Are The Rockets The Team To Beat?The Rockets have a 15-game win streak and a slim lead over the Warriors in the Western Conference. But what will happen come playoff time?