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Houston Rockets escaped with a 104-102 win over the Oklahoma City

The Houston Rockets have made their place in the second level of the tournament. The game was gritty till the last breath of the tournament. The match took place in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. Rockets scored their win at 104-102 atop of Oklahoma City Thunder in Game 7 of the first-round sequence.


” James Hardens HUGE block lifts the Rockets to the West Semis”, Tweeted NBA on the match’s victory congratulating Hardens on the complicated game

Chris Paul, the star Rockets had, had been defeated. The pain of losing was somehow getting insurmountable. The pain of losing making them conquer, was somehow out of the picture.

They had lost 5 consecutive games when facing elimination prior, after just covering up all their griefs in a last-second blocked shot and mid-ranged jump.

James Harden’s tough reputation

Harden has a history of doing impeccable when it’s the last minute. Even in Game 6, with the game tied and less than 2 minutes panel harden defend beautifully Steven Adams at the rim, forcing a miss. And within seconds the Houstons were ahead. Even though Houston’s lost the game, the move was efficient. Taking mention, that Hardens isn’t exactly a defensive player, his perks do come in handy.

Dort drafts his history

Lu Dort having an average of 6.8 isn’t popularly known among laid-back fans. Thunder Coach, Billy Donovan Placed his belief in Dort because of his strength, size, and quick wit speed. He limited Harden to 17 points. While creating history joining Kobe Bryant And LeBron James as only players 21 or younger, scoring 25 in Game 7

The Unpredictable Game Ending

Chris Paul took two free throws to tie the game at 96-96. The Rockets then pretty much announced themselves the Kings at 8-6. Dennis Schroder missed a jumper and multiple players hit the deck for the rebound from Eric Gordon came away with the loose ball. And after a series of events, Paul missed what could have been a go-ahead jumper

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