2019 ScheduleAll times ET

2019 Schedule
25-19, 2nd in Southwest
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11hAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Faried reaches buyout, will join Rockets

Kenneth Faried has agreed to a contract buyout with the Brooklyn Nets, clearing the way for him to sign a free-agent deal with the Houston Rockets, league sources told ESPN.

How Harden stacks up against the all-time greats (1:34)

RR: Kyrie and the Mid-Season NBA MVP

Russillo and Ceruti talk about Kyrie apologizing to LeBron and why it's hard to take his words seriously, plus a debate over who's the NBA mid-season MVP.

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Capela out 4-6 weeks after thumb surgery

Rockets center Clint Capela, who tore a ligament in his right thumb Sunday, is expected to miss four to six weeks after undergoing surgery, GM Daryl Morey said Thursday.

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2dIan Begley

Durant, Harden trail in fan vote; draft on Feb. 7

Five days are left in the fan vote for the NBA All-Star Game, and for now the Warriors' Kevin Durant and the Rockets' James Harden remain outside of the Western Conference starting five.

Harden drains step-back 3 to give him 50 (0:15)
Harden drops 22 in the 3rd Quarter (0:51)
Gordon gets up for vicious slam (0:16)
Harden takes contact for and-1 (0:15)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

Houston makes it official on the 10-Day Contract of James Nunnally. The signing will cost the Rockets $226K in combined salary and projected luxury tax costs. The contract will expire after the Jan. 25 home game vs. Toronto.

Stefano Fusaro ESPN 

Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni says that Eric Gordon will make his comeback from injury tonight, and will be in the starting lineup.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Source: Rockets are signing forward James Nunnally to a 10-day deal. He shot 38.5 percent from 3-point range in 13 games with the Timberwolves this season.

Stephen A.: Blame shifts to CP3 if Rockets falter (0:59)
Harden only needs one half to pass Kobe (1:42)
James Harden dominates with 57 points in victory (1:50)
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5dTim MacMahon

Harden pours in 57, including 36 before halftime

James Harden set a team record with 36 first-half points to help the short-handed Rockets take a 54-48 lead on the visiting Grizzlies en route to a 112-94 home win.

Harden says the win is more important than 57 points (1:47)
Legler breaks down Harden's ability to help teammates score (1:59)

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.013th
Rebounds Per Game42.126th
Assists Per Game21.228th
Points Allowed110.014th

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