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2019 Schedule
53-29, 1st in Southwest

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

Sources: The Rockets have parted ways with player development coach Irv Roland, assistant coach Mitch Vanya and video coordinator John Cho. Roland's departure is particular surprising considering he worked closely with James Harden.

Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

A second Rockets assistant coach will not return next season. Roy Rogers and the Rockets have mutually agreed to part ways, sources told ESPN.

Max not sold on Harden as All-NBA first team (1:34)
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6dAdrian Wojnarowski

D'Antoni has sights on 3 more years minimum

Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni, who told ESPN he has let the team's GM and owner know he is "energized to keep coaching," has had preliminary discussions on a contract extension that would keep him from entering the final year of his current deal.

8d

Lowe Post: Arnovitz on AD, Lottery, WCF, More

Zach talks to ESPN's Kevin Arnovitz about the lottery (1:45), Anthony Davis (11:55), Boston's fraught offseason (19:06), other trade targets (35:01), Warriors-Blazers (42:41), and more.

Kellerman: Harden is not a top-5 player (1:55)
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13d

Round 2 recap: Kawhi bounces the Sixers; the champs fight on

Giannis and the Bucks blitzed the Celtics, the Warriors fought through Houston once again and Kawhi gave us one of the most thrilling buzzer beaters in playoff history. Relive a wild conference semis.

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14dTim MacMahon

Rockets owner vows 'our time is going to come'

Despite his Rockets being ousted by the Warriors for the fourth time in five seasons, owner Tilman Fertitta is confident Houston will win championships with James Harden.

Rockets owner on Warriors: 'Gonna kick their ass at some point' (0:34)
Wilbon: This could've been the Rockets' last greatest chance (2:50)
Stephen A critiques Harden, D'Antoni for another playoff loss (2:19)
Van Gundy praises Warriors' toughness in 'improbable' win (1:18)
15d

Curry, short-handed Warriors knock out Rockets in Game 6

Stephen Curry scored all 33 of his points in the second half and the Golden State Warriors overcame Kevin Durant's absence to finish off Houston in six games, beating the Rockets 118-113 on Friday night to advance to the Western Conference finals.

Curry drills contested 3-pointer (0:15)

Bobby Marks ESPN 

The cap hit for Clint Capela in 2019-20 will now be adjusted to $14.9M. Capela had a $1M bonus if Houston reached the Western Conference Finals. The bonus is now deemed unlikely.

Team Stats

Points Per Game113.911th
Rebounds Per Game42.128th
Assists Per Game21.228th
Points Allowed109.110th

Team History

YEARWLPCT
2018-195329.646
2017-186517.793
2016-175527.671
2015-164141.500
2014-155626.683