There is this one very annoying guy who frequently makes senseless comments in the Yahoo! Sports page during Rockets games. He’s basically a hater of Jeremy Lin. So what he does is he sucks the balls of either Patrick Beverley or Isaiah Canaan. He’s pretty annoying. That’s all I can say. I am hoping that the Yahoo! Sports page will get rid of annoying commenters. But that’s just impossible. So I’ll just have to press those “thumbs down” icons more often.
I am an avid follower of Houston Rockets games as stated in my previous post. I don’t have the luxury of watching NBA day so I check out the games on Yahoo! Sports. One thing that’s been really bothering me is the barrage of Jeremy Lin hater comments in the game tracker page. Of course there will be “Lin only fan” comments that are equally annoying but the Lin haters have taken it to the next level. It seems like they are just trolling around just to piss off the “Lin only fans”. I am starting to wonder of those hate comments were created by only one jobless dude who’s got plenty of time to create multiple Yahoo! accounts. No one knows.
I don’t know if I can call myself a Houston Rockets fan because whenever I check the Yahoo! Sports page for the Rockets games, I always look at Jeremy Lin’s stats first. Then I don’t really care about the other guys or whether the team won or not.
But then as the season progressed, I started to care about the whole team. I am actually impressed by the performances of Chandler Parsons and Terrence Jones. Dwight Howard plays like a beast as usual. He’s very dominant under the rim. And Harden continues to prove that he’s the main go-to guy of the Rockets.
I wish for them to reach the finals. I am hoping that this team would gain a lot of exposure to the fans especially here in the Philippines where people are mostly routing for either L.A. Lakers, Miami Heat, Oklahoma City Thunder or San Antonio Spurs. It’s time for the Rockets to shine.
The 2013-2014 NBA Season is definitely the breakout season for Houston Rockets starting power forward, Terrence Jones.
Jones was drafted in the NBA 18th pick overall coming out of Kentucky College. He’s 6 feet 9 inches tall and he’s just 22 years old. He’s currently averaging 11.0 points, 7.6 rebounds and 1.2 assists per game. And those numbers will continue to rise as he progresses through the season.
Jones is capable of scoring from the perimeter. He’s good at ball handling and he’s an effective rebounder. Add to that his athletic abilities that gives him the ability to pull off some sick dunks.