The Houston Rockets' preseason slate was a seven-game reminder of why the preseason exists. á The team marched into San Antonio for the exhibition season opener two weeks ago and racked up 17 first-half fast break points en route to a 99-85 victory. á The next night in McCallen, the Rockets treated the ball like a department store promotional giveaway. á That comeback win over the Boston Celtics was as ugly and foul-filled as they come. Anyone not paid to watch that contest should not admit to suffering through it. á No, GM Daryl Morey did not slip me some money under the table. á The squad flew to Indiana where the Pacers handed the Rockets a thorough butt kicking. The defense was as putrid as the shot selection. á Mixed in that preseason mixed bagùa denied comeback against the Buc ...
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