Blogtable: Warriors Or Rockets?

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August 21, 2013 by kujhawk

NBA.com | Hang Time Blog

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Each week, we’ll ask our stable of scribes across the globe to weigh in on the three most important NBA topics of the day — and then give you a chance to step on the scale, too, in the comments below.


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Of these Western Conference up-and-comers, who’s more likely to end up the better team in 2014: Golden State or Houston?

Steve Aschburner, NBA.comHouston. Golden State won two more games than Houston last season but one team added Andre Iguodala and the other added Dwight Howard. I like the Warriors’ talent and what they did with it, but that was with Jarrett Jack and Carl Landry as key rotation players. They’re gone now. Daryl Morey‘s not done with that roster yet, and the Rockets are hungry. Also, I think Howard has a big year…

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One thought on “Blogtable: Warriors Or Rockets?

  1. dwight howard says:

    rockets.

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