2018 ScheduleAll times ET

2018 Schedule
65-17, 1st in Southwest
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7dTim MacMahon

Source: J. Ennis will sign with Rockets for 2 years

Forward James Ennis III will sign a two-year deal with the Houston Rockets, a source confirmed to ESPN's Tim MacMahon. The second year of the contract will be a player option, the source said. Yahoo! Sports first reported the deal.


2018 Las Vegas Summer League special

Cassidy Hubbarth, Nick Friedell, Andrew Han, Tim MacMahon and Amin Elhassan chat about the sights and sounds of Las Vegas Summer League, including the fervor for the summertime Knicks (3:45), the oddities of summer league (11:40), players that caught buzz (28:00), being the face of a franchise (32:00) and the Rockets (36:30).

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8dOhm Youngmisuk

Silver: Warriors' dominance not bad for league

While he doesn't think the Warriors' dominance is bad for the NBA, commissioner Adam Silver said Tuesday that the league can create "a better system" for improving the current competitive landscape.


Melo To H-Town?

Michael Smith and the national panel debate if the Rockets would be a good fit for Carmelo Anthony, if LeBron should have trusted the process, recap Ronoldo heading to Juventus and much more.

Pierce: Melo 'best fits on the Rockets' (0:56)
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8dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Carmelo meeting with prospective teams

Carmelo Anthony and his representatives have met with Houston Rockets and Miami Heat officials in recent days with the permission of the Oklahoma City Thunder in advance of Anthony's inevitable departure, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Onuaku climbs the ladder for alley-oop slam (0:15)
Can Rockets keep Capela and sign Carmelo? (0:38)
Does it make sense for Carmelo to join the Rockets? (1:17)
Rockets' Onuaku sinks free throw granny style (0:17)
Capela may have to take chance with qualifying offer (0:48)
Why haven't the Rockets signed Capela? (0:49)
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15dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Carter-Williams, Rockets reach deal

The Houston Rockets and unrestricted free agent Michael Carter-Williams have agreed to a one-year, $1.75 million deal, league sources tell ESPN.

Windhorst says Rockets won't give Capela the max offer (2:35)
What should the Rockets do with Capela? (1:12)
Rockets ready to challenge again with CP3 deal (1:33)
CP3 agrees to 4-year deal with the Rockets (1:41)
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18dAdrian Wojnarowski

Sources: Rockets give CP3 4-year, $160M max

Chris Paul will sign a four-year, $160 million max deal with the Rockets, sources told ESPN, meaning CP3 and MVP James Harden will again try to unseat the Golden State Warriors in the Western Conference.

The lofty numbers behind Harden's MVP season (0:51)
LeBron not opting in hurts Rockets (1:05)

Team Stats

Points Per Game112.42nd
Rebounds Per Game43.5Tied-18th
Assists Per Game21.5Tied-26th
Points Allowed103.9Tied-6th

Team History