Houston Rockets vs. San Antonio Spurs Preview: How to Watch, Injury Reports, Lineups, More


The next game that the Houston Rockets play will be against the San Antonio Spurs, and they will be hoping to begin a new victory streak in the process.  

Today is the first of a short two-game home stand for the Houston Rockets (26–34). They will play the San Antonio Spurs (13–48) at the Toyota Center. After their last win, the Rockets will want to keep going.  

It was the Rockets' turn to win when they played the Phoenix Suns and beat them 118–109. All ten of the Rockets' starters scored, so it really was a team effort.  

Jalen Green finished the game with 34 points, making him the leading scorer for Houston. This is the second game in a win for Green.  

Alperen Sengun and Fred VanVleet both completed with double-doubles of 20 points each, demonstrating their strong play throughout the game.   

He said, "I'm thrilled to be joining the Charlotte Hornets and I can't wait to get started." "I'd like to thank Rick and Gabe for giving me this chance and trusting me with this team."   

Assuming that the Rockets are able to maintain their current level of play, they will be able to initiate a new successful streak. 

Although the Spurs have won their last two games, they had lost five games in a row prior to the brief win run that they are currently on.   

Although it is true that the Rockets should not underestimate any team, taking advantage of this game could be the ideal opportunity for Houston to get things rolling in the right direction. 

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