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AP source: Tight end Thomas passes physical with Dolphins (The Associated Press)
Tight end Julius Thomas has passed his physical with the Miami Dolphins in a precursor to a trade that will be completed next month, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press on Wednesday. Thomas took the physical as part of a two-day visit to the team's headquarters, said the person, who spoke to the AP on condition of anonymity because no trade can be completed before the new league year begins on March 9. Thomas is part of two trades that the Dolphins will make with the Jacksonville Jaguars, the person said. [...]
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Broncos to part ways with tackle Russell Okung (The Associated Press)
Russell Okung bet on himself and lost. The former first-round pick signed what basically was a one-year tryout last year with Denver. Okung, 29, could make up for all that lost money in free agency, where he can tout his starting 16 games as proof that he's recovered from shoulder surgery a year ago. [...]
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[MLS: Colorado Rapids] – Rapids Podcast, Episode #210: Cronin on NYC win | Rookies on the road so far
... cribe what preseason has been like for two new kids on the block. The weekly Rapids Podcast is available to subscribe to and download on iTunes. CLICK HERE to d ... [...]
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Hall Of Famer Alex English to Attend this Weekend's Games, Meet and Greet Opportunity
This weekend the Denver Nuggets will welcome back one of their greatest players and Naismith Memorial Hall of Famer, Alex English, for some exciting activities including a meet and greet opportunity for fans. [...]
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Nuggets Fall in First Game Back From Break Against Kings
The Nuggets 116-100 fall to the Kings in their first game of the season's second half. [...]
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Broncos, Briefly: Thursday, Feb. 23, 2017
A quick look at the recent buzz on the Denver Broncos. [...]
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Ryan McMahon seems fast-tracked to the Rockies. But now two all-stars are blocking his paths.
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Ryan McMahon is never too far from a good burrito, at least in his dreams, even when his team barnstorms the East Coast from road trip to road trip without a home. His Double-A Hartford Yard Goats last season never played a game in Hartford. So his spring training base about a mile from the Rockies’ offseason headquarters in Arizona seems ideal. “I’m about a block away,” McMahon said of his go-to burrito spot, close enough to build a five-day streak of burritos to start spring. The Rockies’ prized corner-infield prospect, a second-round draft pick in 2013, has zig-zagged through the minor leagues, from third base to first, then both, first on a statistical hitting tear through Single-A, then a dip in Double-A. And while McMahon suddenly found his path to the major leagues blocked, again, after the Rockies’ signed Ian Desmond to an expensive, long-term contract, he remains ever inching closer toward his potential. John Leyba, The Denver PostColorado Rockies third baseman Ryan McMahon (85) slides on the sliding pad during Spring Training at Salt River Fields at Talking Stick on Feb. 23, 2017 in Scottsdale, Ariz. “Here’s a fella who has a great skill set. He’s a very good all-around player,” Rockies first-year manager Bud Black said. “Boy, man, he has a chance to be a very productive player.” On Thursday at Salt River Fields, McMahon, who turned 22 in December, flashed the power that made him one of the better boppers in Single-A two seasons ago, when he hit 18 home runs and batted .300 in 132 games with the Modesto Nuts. His .892 OPS (on-base plus slugging percentage) ranked fourth in the California League, behind only hitters with far fewer plate-appearances. McMahon displayed pure power from the batting cage facing Rockies first-base coach Tony Diaz, who throws batting practice like he’s slinging a Frisbee, all elbow and no shoulder, along a flat plane. But McMahon’s home run ability stalled last season for Double-A Hartford. In the first two months, he hit just .239 with two home runs. He tried to change things that didn’t need fixing, he said. He tweaked a swing that was fine in the first place. He was overthinking a simple concept. “I was getting real stiff,” McMahon said. “I’m an athlete. Some guys hit stiff. I don’t. I have a rhythm. I need to get things going. That’s how I react better.” In the final nine weeks of the season, McMahon righted himself, upping his average to .268 with nine home runs. In July, his OPS jumped to .907. “Once you find it again, it’s like, ‘Wow, I was doing this wrong and that wrong,’ ” he said. The Rockies drafted McMahon as a third baseman and paid him a $1.3 million singing bonus four years ago, expecting big things. Last season, with Nolan Arenado standing in his way at third base, the Rockies converted McMahon into a first baseman. Related ArticlesFebruary 23, 2017 DJ LeMahieu, defending NL batting champ, likely batting second for Rockies in 2017 February 22, 2017 German Marquez, just 22, making strong bid for Rockies rotation February 22, 2017 “It’s stupid.” Rockies have mixed feelings about MLB nixing intentional walk pitches February 22, 2017 Rockies pitcher Chad Bettis gets good news on cancer diagnosis: “This is a huge day for me.” February 22, 2017 Kiszla: Carlos Gonzalez contract talks going nowhere, Rockies show little urgency to keep him beyond 2017 Fielding groundballs basically remained the same, but what McMahon needed to learn in games was how to turn backward double plays and find his spots on cutoffs and pickoffs. He did learn, splitting time nearly equally between both corners. But just as his time to shine neared, Colorado signed Desmond, and now his path is blocked on two fronts. The Rockies will continue playing him in two positions, probably in Double-A to start, possibly in Triple-A Albuquerque. It doubles his number of possible lanes to the majors. Anything to put him in closer proximity. “Obviously we have some great players at those positions. So whatever I can do to help, I will,” McMahon said. “We’re gonna make a push this year. Our team will be really good up in Denver. I just hope there’s some way I can help contribute, maybe make the team better some how, some way in September and for the playoffs.” [...]
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After flying under the radar, Cherry Creek girls hoops primed to emerge as Class 5A title challenger
All season the Cherry Creek girls basketball team has seen the headlines — including in The Denver Post — and rarely, if ever, were the Bruins written about. It’s not as if the hoops populous doesn’t think the Bruins are good. Cherry Creek, owner of a Colorado-best 200 team championships, is always good in everything, regardless of the fact the girls basketball program has never claimed a title. Yet coach Chris Curneen’s team is certainly good enough to do just that this year. Heck, they’ve been to the Great 8 three seasons running, so why the lack of love? “I know people talk a lot about the handful of elite teams at the top of the rankings, and I definitely feel like we’re in that group,” Curneen said. “But what people think and talk about doesn’t matter. We’re most concerned with what we need to do on the court.” The answer to how Cherry Creek has been largely overlooked begins with a brief analysis of top-heavy Class 5A, where four teams have soaked up most of the attention. No. 1 Highlands Ranch (21-2, 10-0 Continental) and No. 2 Grandview (22-1, 14-0 Centennial) both cruised to titles in the state’s two best conferences and, laden by excessive amounts of star power, have yet to lose an in-state game this season. Those teams, along with No. 3 Horizon (20-3, 12-0 Front Range) and No. 4 Ralston Valley (22-1, 14-0 Jeffco), have been at the forefront of the championship race since go. Yet Cherry Creek (16-7), amid all the hype those four programs received, has quietly but steadily slid into the playoffs with a gust of momentum. The No. 12 Bruins are paced by the state’s best freshman player in Jana Van Gytenbeek (15.4 points per game) as they head into Friday’s 6 p.m. second-round home playoff showdown against No. 21 Mountain Vista. “Jana reminds me a lot of when Michaela Onyenwere was a freshman, and I remember coaching against her when we played Grandview and thinking, ‘Great, I’ve got to go against this girl for four more years,’ ” Curneen said. “I think Jana’s play has elicited that type of response from opposing teams.” While Van Gytenbeek has dazzled — she now has serious interest from over 30 colleges, with some recruiters making their pitch right after seeing her play for the first time — she’s the mere tip of the iceberg for Cherry Creek, whose four in-state losses came to Ralston Valley (Dec. 8 and Feb. 11) and Grandview (Jan. 21 and Feb. 15). Senior captains Laura Pranger (Montana State) and Allison Dwinnell (Macalester College), as well as junior captain Sydney Mech, provide production and leadership. So does senior Delaney Bernard (St. Leo University), senior Lauren McMillen and junior Jaela Richardson on a team that is as deep as it is talented. “A lot of people focus on our guard play by Laura, Allison and Jana, but with Jaela and Lauren, we’re really strong inside too, and Jaela actually plays the trail for us,” Curneen said. “She starts high in the paint, but she has such a high motor that she gets a ton of rebounds and a ton of inside looks just by outhustling everyone.” And now that the team is completely healthy, Curneen’s feeling as confident as ever. The Bruins had four players out for their trio of losses during December’s Nike Tournament of Champions in Phoenix, and Mech took the floor for the first time this season Feb. 8. Related ArticlesFebruary 21, 2017 Previewing the 2017 5A, 4A Colorado high school state basketball tournaments February 20, 2017 Weekly Colorado Preps Primer: Games to watch for Feb. 21-25 2017 February 14, 2017 Post Preps Power Rankings: Week of Friday, Feb. 17 February 13, 2017 Weekly Colorado Preps Primer: Games to watch for Feb. 14-18 2017 February 12, 2017 In the age of RPI, records can deceive down the prep basketball homestrech “We’ve definitely gotten healthy at the right time,” Cureen said. “Obviously there are some phenomenal teams, but I think we can take a run at anybody if we have the chance. Anytime you play the toughest competition, you get better. So even though we took those losses, it’s made us better as a team and got us ready for the state tournament, although we’ve got a tougher road because we lost those games.” And with a potential rematch against Ralston Valley looming in the Great 8, the Bruins are primed to make a push past the bracket’s Goliaths and on to program history. “The key for us is always going to be defense and rebounding,” Curneen said. “Offensively, we’ve got a ton of scorers, so if we can slow people down defensively and not put them on the free-throw line, we’ve got a good shot to make a deep run.” [...]
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Stephen Curry’s huge third quarter propels Warriors over Clippers
OAKLAND, Calif. — Stephen Curry scored 17 of his 35 points in a 3-point flurry over the final 3:37 of the third quarter, and the two-time reigning MVP also had seven rebounds, five assists and four steals as the Warriors used a big second half to beat the Los Angeles Clippers 123-113 on Thursday night. Curry’s four-point play with 30.7 seconds left in the third and buzzer-beating 3 to punctuate the one-sided period propelled Golden State. Curry and Kevin Durant combined for eight of their team’s nine 3-pointers in the third. The Warriors scored 50 points in the quarter after trailing 61-49 at halftime. It was the NBA’s first 50-point quarter since the Lakers had 51 against the Knicks on March 25, 2014. Durant scored 15 of his 25 points in the third and also contributed 15 rebounds and seven assists as the NBA-best Warriors (48-9) began the stretch run with a downright dominant second half. Related ArticlesFebruary 23, 2017 Rockets rout Pelicans in DeMarcus Cousins’ New Orleans debut February 23, 2017 Thunder acquire Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott in trade with Bulls February 23, 2017 Deron Williams headed to Cavaliers after Mavericks waive guard, per AP source February 23, 2017 Big names stay in place on NBA trade-deadline day February 23, 2017 Nerlens Noel traded to Mavericks from 76ers, Dallas waives Deron Williams Austin Rivers and Jamal Crawford scored 19 points apiece and DeAndre Jordan had 17 and 11 rebounds as the Clippers missed Chris Paul for a 14th straight game as he recovers from surgery last month for a torn ligament in his left thumb. Los Angeles had its four-game winning streak snapped. Jordan received a technical at halftime as players were walking off the court. Klay Thompson scored 18 points and had his streak of eight straight games scoring 20 or more points snapped. It matched the longest such streak of his career, also done Dec. 2-16, 2014. Golden State welcomed back starting center Zaza Pachulia after he missed eight games with a right shoulder injury and backup big man David West, who missed 14 games with a non-displaced fracture in his left thumb Pachulia had three blocked shots in five minutes of the first quarter and finished with a career-best four. After the Clippers took a 144-98 beating in their last visit to Oracle Arena on Jan. 28, they controlled the game for the first two quarters. That 46-point win matched the largest margin of victory ni the series. Golden State won its 10th straight in the rivalry. So, how did Los Angeles feel about facing the NBA’s best team immediately out of the All-Star break? “I kind of like jumping back in, personally,” Clippers coach Doc Rivers said of starting with the Warriors. “I did as a player. I would rather get going.” PAUL UPDATE While Paul’s return Friday against the Spurs was “iffy” in Rivers’ mind, the point guard is likely to be back in the next couple of games — with Sunday’s home game against Charlotte sounding like a real possibility. Paul went through an intense workout Thursday. “He’s really close,” Rivers said. “He looked good the last two days but I thought he was a little hesitant.” TIP-INS Clippers: Los Angeles shot 13 free throws in the third. … The Clippers have lost 11 in a row at Oracle Arena since a 105-86 victory on Dec. 25, 2011 — and their last win home or road was also a Christmas Day game, in 2014. … Los Angeles has lost its last six when playing the second night of back-to-backs after winning the initial five this season. Warriors: Golden State recorded its first 50-point period since 1989 and the fourth in franchise history. The nine 3s in the quarter matched a franchise record. … Durant bruised his left pinkie when he fell in the opening quarter. X-rays were negative and he returned. … Golden State committed 12 first-half turnovers, the total coach Steve Kerr strives for over an entire game. UP NEXT Clippers: Host San Antonio on Friday night looking for their fourth straight home victory in the series. Warriors: Host Brooklyn on Saturday before a stretch with eight games in 12 days including an East Coast trip, return to the Bay Area then back-to-back on March 10-11 at Minnesota and San Antonio. [...]
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Broncos to decline Russell Okung’s contract option for 2017
The Broncos will have to find a new left offensive tackle for the second consecutive offseason. The team informed Russell Okung on Thursday that it would not pick up his $1 million option securing his return to the team next season, multiple NFL sources said. The Broncos had until March 8 to make a decision on Okung, who would have received a four-year, $48 million contract with $20.5 million guaranteed if the option was picked up. Okung, who without an agent signed what ended up being a one-year, $8 million contract after playing-time incentives last March, is the latest name to join a weak crop of free-agent offensive linemen. He proved his health by playing 16 games for the first time in his career last season, but costly penalties decreased his value. The Broncos have not approached Okung about a cheaper contract, a source said. He is scheduled to become a free agent March 9. The move will save the Broncos more than $11 million in salary cap space, raising their overall cap room to more than $40 million, if the NFL team cap comes in around $168 million, as expected. Denver will probably look to free agency or the draft for a new starting left tackle. Cincinnati’s Andrew Whitworth is the top offensive tackle scheduled to be a free agent, but the Bengals may attempt to retain the 35-year-old. If they don’t, the Broncos could target Whitworth, who has voiced his desire to play for a serious contender. Newly released offensive tackles Ryan Clady and Kelvin Beachum are other candidates on the market, along with impending free agents Rick Wagner and Riley Reiff. There aren’t many elite offensive tackle prospects in the upcoming draft, but Utah’s Garett Bolles, Wisconsin’s Ryan Ramczyk and Alabama’s Cam Robinson are possible first-round options who could interest Denver. The Broncos could have as many as 10 draft picks once compensatory selections are announced in March. The Broncos will get to evaluate and speak with prospects at the NFL combine in Indianapolis, which begins Wednesday and goes through March 5. That period is also when conversations heat up with agents of free-agent players. Related ArticlesFebruary 15, 2017 Broncos offensive line fix starts with decision on Russell Okung, who is unlikely to accept a pay cut February 9, 2017 Broncos free agency preview: Expect a busy offseason with a changing roster January 26, 2017 Building Broncos: OL, Fixing the mess is a must, but it won’t be easy Broncos offensive line coach Jeff Davidson has more of a power blocking background, but the team has said it will run both zone and power schemes. Davidson said he desires length and athleticism from his offensive tackles. The Broncos will also need to make a decision on right offensive tackle Donald Stephenson before his 2017 contract is guaranteed March 13. The Broncos had four new starters on the offensive line last season and appear to be headed to a similar upheaval this offseason in fixing a much-maligned group. [...]
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Broncos meet with free-agent DT Earl Mitchell
Less than two months after sitting on the other side of the table as the Broncos’ guest of honor, Vance Joseph got to return the favor. The new head coach, along with general manager John Elway and defensive line coach Bill Kollar, dined with free-agent defensive tackle Earl Mitchell on Wednesday evening. Mitchell returned to the team’s facility Thursday morning to meet with some coaches, a visit that is said to have gone well, according to a source. Mitchell arrived in Colorado after making stops in Seattle and San Francisco. He was expected to hop on a plane bound for Atlanta to continue his whirlwind free-agency tour this week. Related ArticlesFebruary 23, 2017 Air Force WR Jalen Robinette blazes unique trail en route to NFL combine February 23, 2017 Broncos to decline Russell Okung’s contract option for 2017 February 22, 2017 Broncos Mailbag: Why fixing the offensive line may be difficult When Mitchell was released by the Dolphins earlier this month, he was immediately pegged as a person of interest for the Broncos, given his history with Kollar and Joseph in Houston, and given his ability to sign immediately as a street free agent. He’s a run-stuffer, and the Broncos need help stuffing the run. Their otherwise elite defense fell from No. 3 against the run in 2015 to 28th in 2016. “Last year was a little bit different for us in terms of how teams attacked us,” defensive coordinator Joe Woods said. “So right now we’re in the process of going through and looking at what we did last year and the areas that we can improve, and obviously run is one of those areas.” In Denver, Mitchell would provide depth as a rotational player on a line that stands to lose Sylvester Williams to free agency and never fully filled the void left by Malik Jackson last year. Vance Walker was his slotted replacement, but Walker tore his ACL in training camp and was lost for the season. Jared Crick was signed to a two-year deal with the intention of bolstering the line and playing less than half of their defensive snaps. But as rookie Adam Gotsis developed and continued his recovery from knee surgery, Crick wound up playing 82 percent of the Broncos’ defensive snaps. Mitchell hasn’t had a clean bill of health either, playing 21 games over the last two seasons with the Dolphins. He was placed on recallable injured reserve last September with a calf injury and missed seven games before returning in November. [...]
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Adrian Peterson’s status not yet decided, Minnesota Vikings GM says
EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. — Time is running out for Adrian Peterson and the Vikings to work out a way for the venerable running back to stay in Minnesota. With the increasing likelihood of a split after 10 seasons together, the two sides have not spoken yet about a path to a future if there’s even a mutual desire for it. General manager Rick Spielman sounded Thursday a little like he was eulogizing the franchise’s all-time leading rusher. “In my mind, regardless of whether Adrian is here or not here next year because of whatever happens, he will always be a Minnesota Viking,” Spielman said. Spielman, meeting with reporters at team headquarters, said he has not spoken with Peterson or his representatives since the end of the season. Two weeks before the deadline for picking up his contract at a cost of $18 million for 2017, Spielman said Peterson’s status has not been decided. Related ArticlesFebruary 23, 2017 Broncos meet with free-agent DT Earl Mitchell February 23, 2017 Air Force WR Jalen Robinette blazes unique trail en route to NFL combine February 23, 2017 Kirk Cousins will make the Redskins pay, no matter where he ends up February 22, 2017 Dan Marino signs 1-day contract with Miami Dolphins February 21, 2017 Steelers’ Joey Porter fined $300 over dispute at bar “Until I talk to Adrian and talk to his agent, I’m not going to announce anything. But that will get addressed here before free agency starts,” Spielman said. “The one thing I’ll say is if we don’t exercise that option, we always will keep the door open on all of our players.” Spielman declined to directly answer a question whether Peterson would still fit in the scheme of the offense, with his limited impact on passing plays and modest success running out of the shotgun formation. But he separately praised the depth of the running back class in the upcoming draft. “The strongest I’ve ever seen,” said Spielman, who with the seventh overall selection in 2007 made Peterson the first player picked under his watch with the Vikings following his hire the year before as vice president of player personnel. Spielman was promoted to general manager with full authority over the roster in 2012. Peterson’s hefty hit to the salary cap under his current deal would dwarf that of every other running back in the NFL. So the only feasible scenario for him to continue carrying the ball in purple is a renegotiated salary. Peterson said the day after the season ended that he’d like to return to the team that stuck by him in 2014 during the child abuse case that unfolded. That case kept him off the field for all but one game. Last year, he appeared in only three games because of a torn meniscus in his right knee, totaling a measly 72 yards on 37 attempts. Even with the league-leading 1,485 yards rushing Peterson accumulated in the 2015 season, and including his receiving totals, the Vikings have paid him about $18,000 per yard over the last three years. That’s simply not the type of return on investment that would push any team to bring back a player at age 32, no matter how much the salary cap rises nor how valuable he has been to the organization for the last decade. Likewise, Peterson could find refreshment from a new place if he’s cut and hits the free agent market. He has occasionally hinted at interest in other teams, even cryptically tweeting last week that the New York Giants have intrigued him by their recent moves that included releasing wide receiver Victor Cruz and running back Rashad Jennings to make space under the salary cap. Spielman dipped into other subjects, too, expressing openness to re-signing pending free agent left tackle Matt Kalil, and acknowledging the priority of a contract extension for cornerback Xavier Rhodes. He avoided the topic of a new deal for Sam Bradford but was effusive in his praise of the hastily acquired quarterback in 2016. Bradford’s predecessor, Teddy Bridgewater, has not yet resumed football activities in his rehabilitation from the massive left knee injury that required an ambulance to take him off the practice field. Bridgewater is still working on re-establishing his range of motion after the dislocation and multiple ligament tears, and Spielman did not promise a resumption of Bridgewater’s career. “It is totally unfair to say that there is a timeline on Teddy Bridgewater,” Spielman said, “because it’s unknown.” [...]
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Rockets rout Pelicans in DeMarcus Cousins’ New Orleans debut
NEW ORLEANS — The Boogie-and-Brow era in New Orleans is off to a highly inauspicious start. The Pelicans’ tandem of newly acquired All-Star DeMarcus Cousins and All-Star Game MVP Anthony Davis was no match for the surging Houston Rockets on Thursday night. Reserve Lou Williams hit seven 3-pointers and scored 27 points in his Rockets debut after a trade from the Lakers, and Houston crushed New Orleans, 129-99. Davis had 29 points, and Cousins finished with 27 points and 14 rebounds after he was acquired from Sacramento during the break. But New Orleans turned the ball over 20 times couldn’t keep pace with the firepower of the Rockets, who hit 20 3-pointers. Related ArticlesFebruary 23, 2017 Stephen Curry’s huge third quarter propels Warriors over Clippers February 23, 2017 Thunder acquire Taj Gibson, Doug McDermott in trade with Bulls February 23, 2017 Deron Williams headed to Cavaliers after Mavericks waive guard, per AP source February 23, 2017 Big names stay in place on NBA trade-deadline day February 23, 2017 Nerlens Noel traded to Mavericks from 76ers, Dallas waives Deron Williams Eric Gordon scored 19 points and Ryan Anderson added 17 in both players’ first game in New Orleans since leaving the Pelicans. James Harden had 13 points and 14 assists. Houston led by as many as 35 points when Gordon’s free throws made it 100-65 late in the third quarter. Patrick Beverley had 12 rebounds for Houston. Montrezl Harrell added 10 points for the Rockets, who shot 49.5 percent (45 of 91). After New Orleans acquired Cousins, nicknamed “Boogie,” in a deal involving five players and two draft choices, Pelicans general manager Dell Demps hoped Cousins and Davis would thrive playing off one another while point guard Jrue Holiday initiated offensive sets. But Holiday had arguably his worst game this season, turning the ball over seven times and finishing with only six points and four assists. The crowd was charged up for both Cousins’ debut and Davis’ resumption of a sensational season following his record 52-point performance on Sunday. Both players received rousing receptions during introductions and the crowd roared when Cousins hit a jumper for games’ first points. Cousins and Davis each scored eight in the first quarter, but it was also apparent that the integration of new personnel had New Orleans a bit out of sync. The Pelicans turned the ball over 12 times in the first half, leading to 17 Rockets points. The Rockets also hit nine 3s in the opening half, including three each by Gordon and Williams, and led 66-50 at halftime. By the end of the third quarter, the crowd that had been so rowdy at tip-off was starting to file out with their team down 100-67. TIP-INS Rockets: Houston has won seven of the past eight meetings. … The Rockets hit at least 10 3s in a game for the 55th time in 59 games this season. … The Rockets, now 41-18, have matched their win total for all of last season. Pelicans: Before the game, New Orleans waived F Terrence Jones and signed G/F Hollis Thompson to a 10-day contract. Pelicans coach Alvin Gentry said Jones, who joined New Orleans on a one-year contract this season, was released to help him find a team where he could play more. Thompson played a little more than four minutes and scored three points. … The Pelicans are now 14-16 at home. UP NEXT Rockets: Host Minnesota on Saturday night. Pelicans: Visit Dallas on Saturday night. [...]
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