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The Sacramento Kings, weirdly, send Thomas Robinson to the Hous…

The Sacramento Kings, weirdly, send Thomas Robinson to the Houston Rockets

yahoo.com nba.com Updated Feb 20, 2013
The current Sacramento Kings owners have proven time and time again that they do not care about the squad’s fans, the community that surrounds the team, and the product on the court. The Sacramento Kings owners are sniveling, conniving front-runners tha
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  • Harden drops 46 as Rockets rally amid deals

    Harden drops 46 as Rockets rally amid deals

    ESPN.com Feb 20, 2013
    James Harden scored a career-high 46 points and Jeremy Lin added 29 as the Houston Rockets mounted a furious fourth-quarter comeback for a 122-119 victory over the Oklahoma City Thunder on Wednesday night.
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  • James Harden Sinks Half-Court Buzzer-Beater

    James Harden Sinks Half-Court Buzzer-Beater

    deadspin.com Feb 20, 2013
    As time ticked away in the third quarter of Oklahoma City-Houston, Russell Westbrook was hanging on for the last shot of the period and finally drove to the basket with about seven seconds left. He promptly lost the ball, which wound up in former teamma…
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  • Video - Rockets Making Moves 01:11

    Rockets Making Moves

    Feb 20
    Rockets trade Patrick Patterson to Kings for Thomas Robinson and a second-round draft pick as well as Marcus Morris to Suns for a second-round draft pick.
  • Video - Harden Scores A Career-High 46 In Win Over Thunder 01:47

    Harden Scores A Career-High 46 In Win Over Thunder

    Feb 20
    Despite a triple-double from Kevin Durant, James Harden scores 16 of his 46 points in the fourth quarter to lead Rockets to 122-119 win over Thunder.

Sports Columnists

  • Adande: Lakers-Celtics game just can't compare to a passing great

    Feb 20
    The Celtics-Lakers game felt secondary to everything after the death of Jerry Buss.