This is the July 31, 2013 news archive. View today's Rockets rumors and news.
The 5 Most Improved NBA Teams After The Summer Of 2013Updated Jul 31 Share Tweet
Tomorrow is the first day of August, and that means a lot of NBA players—both old and new—will be going on a much-deserved vacation as they get some final rest before training camps open in the fall. This comes after a number of headline-grabbing moves …
Share TweetPORTLAND, Ore. (AP) -- Police say Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones has been arrested in Portland, Ore., and accused of stomping on a homeless man's leg.Share TweetAre the Rockets legit contenders? Which lottery team is most improved? Who is the team to beat? Our NBA analysts evaluate the Western Conference offseason.Source: CNNSI.com
Today in ‘Yao Ming is Tall’ news: Yao is taller than Manny Pacquiao and Brandon Rios (Photo)Updated Jul 31 Share TweetIt's never exactly gone under the radar that former Houston Rockets center Yao Ming is 7-foot-6, which is quite tall for a human, but the degree to which we recognize and are awestruck by his height has increased significantly following his retirement f…Source: yahoo.com
Go Behind-The-Scenes Of Jeremy Lin’s Intense Offseason WorkoutsUpdated Jul 31 Share TweetOkay, so I’m not sure if this video is an inside look at Jeremy Lin‘s summer offseason routine or if it’s some weird fan-made trailer for Gladiator. Either way, it’s a cool look to see what Houston’s point guard is doing to get ready for the most import…Source: dimemag.com
Jones Allegedly Stomps On Homeless ManJul 31Houston Rockets forward Terrence Jones was arrested in Portland on Wednesday after he was seen stomping on a homeless man's leg, police say.
Sources: LeBron mulling run for NBPA prezJul 31LeBron James is seriously considering running for president of the National Basketball Players Association, multiple sources told ESPN.
Ian Thomsen: Oregon unveils state-of-the-art Football Performance CenterJul 31Chip Kelly may have moved on to the NFL, but the Oregon football program felt his impact in a big way this week. When Phil Knight, Nike's chairman and co-founder and the Ducks' chief booster, used to ask what more he could do to help Oregon's emerging f…