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HOUSTON -- The Houston Rockets had trouble hitting shots and finding

HOUSTON -- The Houston Rockets had trouble hitting shots and finding a rhythm through the first three quarters against New Orleans on Saturday night, doing just enough to hang with the Pelicans. Heat Jerseys 2020 . In the fourth, the Rockets -- led by James Harden and Jeremy Lin for a second straight game -- were able to finish things off. Dwight Howard had 24 points and 18 rebounds, and Harden scored 11 of his 21 points in the fourth quarter in the Rockets 107-98 comeback victory. "It was winning time," Harden said. "I was struggling the first three quarters and couldnt find the rhythm when my teammates needed me the most. We got the ball moving and Jeremy made a couple of good threes. Chandler (Parsons) had a good put back and then Dwight got an and-one. Everybody picked up the intensity a little bit." It was the second straight game Houston rallied in the fourth for a win and marked the first time since December 2009 that the Rockets have won three straight games within the division. Houston beat San Antonio on Christmas and topped Memphis on Thursday night. "We didnt shoot it well," Houston coach Kevin McHale said. "I know at one time I looked up, I thought we were two for 19 from the three-point line. It felt like they made every three. They were 10 for 22. ... We found a way to win, but it was another in a long line of games that feel like you are pulling teeth." Howard was 10 of 12 from the floor, helping to keep Houston in the game through the first three quarters with 20 points in that span. "I just tried to play out of the double team," Howard said. "When they doubled, I tried to make the good play, and when they didnt double, I tried to make the better play for myself." Parsons added 19 points and seven rebounds, and Terrence Jones had 17 points and eight rebounds to help Houston win its third straight game and snap New Orleans winning streak at two. Lin had all 10 of his points in the fourth quarter after scoring 14 of his 18 points in the fourth against Memphis. The Rockets made three of five 3-point attempts in the fourth quarter after going 3 of 21 from long range in the first three quarters. "Its definitely not the ideal plan or ideal strategy," Lin said. "Im thankful Coach McHale let me keep going. I was able to finally get a little bit of a rhythm in the last two games. I have to do a much, much better job and be more aggressive in the first three quarters." Houston was 25 of 32 from the free-throw line, while New Orleans was 6 of 8. "Anything I say is going to get me in trouble," New Orleans coach Monty Williams said about the free-throw difference. "OK, so lets just leave it at that. Thirty-two to eight." Ryan Anderson had 22 points and 12 rebounds for New Orleans. Anthony Davis added 18 points and 16 rebounds, and Tyreke Evans had 16 points and nine assists. "I think we really didnt execute down the stretch," Evans said. "It was a tough loss. I think we played hard and fought, but in the fourth quarter, our execution wasnt that good. They hit some big shots. ... They were shooting it from far out, and it kind of tough, but they made their shots, and we cant do anything about that." After New Orleans opened a 92-88 lead with 4:54 left on Davis alley-oop dunk, Jones started Houston on a game-ending 19-6 run with a three-point play. Following Davis jumper, Lin tied it at 94 with a 3-pointer with 3 1/2 minutes remaining. Then, Harden put the Rockets ahead for good with a 3-pointer to give with 3:14 remaining. "We were in it the whole game, and we were giving ourselves a chance to win the game," Davis said. "We tried to send a couple of guys at Dwight and give him different looks. He found Jeremy Lin in the corner for a three and then James came down and hit a three. They just made big shots, and we didnt execute at the end. We have to come out and know what were running and execute." NOTES: New Orleans guard Eric Gordon sat out his second straight game because of a right hip contusion. ... Houston forward Greg Smith missed his fourth straight game with a sprained right knee. Jason Williams Jersey . His right arm rested in a sling and was encased in a cast from above the elbow to his hand. "Im excited," Fernandez said with a grin. Bam Adebayo Jersey . Both sides of the deal have formally announced acquisitions: TFC introduced Jozy Altidore as a designated player on Friday, while their counterparts announced a three-and-a-half-year deal with Jermain Defoe. https://www.cheapheatonline.com/ .James scored 29 points, including 16 in the first quarter, and the Cleveland Cavaliers broke a four-game losing streak with a 106-74 win over the Orlando Magic on Monday night.5. 1999-00 - The first post-season Record: 45-37 Result: 3rd in Central Division, 6th in Eastern Conference Playoffs: Lost in three games (best of five) to the Knicks in first round Coach: Butch Carter Leaders: Vince Carter (25.7 points, 5.8 rebounds), Tracy McGrady (15.4 points, 6.3 rebounds), Antonio Davis (11.5 points, 8.8 rebounds) Key transactions ? Acquired Davis from Indiana for the draft rights to their fifth overall pick, Jonathan Bender (Aug. 1) ? Re-signed Charles Oakley (Aug. 31) ? Signed Muggsy Bogues (Sept. 23) Highlights ? Raptors qualified for the post-season for the first time in franchise history. ? First full season at the Air Canada Centre. ? Raptors say goodbye to the pinstriped dino jerseys, debut in solid purple and black. ? Carter wins an iconic Dunk Contest a day before becoming the first Raptor to start and play in an NBA All-Star Game (Feb. 12-13) ? Carter scores a franchise single-game record 51 points vs Phoenix (Feb. 27). ? They did not have a losing month during the campaign. ? One of the better late-game teams in the league, despite their youth, the Raptors completed the year with a 13-4 record in contests decided by three points or less. ? Toronto finished second in the league in assist-to-turnover ratio. How it ended: Struggling in their first ever playoff series, Vince Carter (shooting 30 per cent) and Tracy McGrady (39 per cent) were swept in three games by the Knicks. 4. 2006-07 - The first division title Record: 47-35 Result: 1st in Atlantic Division, 3rd in Eastern Conference Playoffs: Lost in six games (best of seven) to the Nets in first round Coach: Sam Mitchell Leaders: Chris Bosh (22.6 points, 10.7 rebounds), T.J. Ford (14.0 points, 7.9 assists), Anthony Parker (12.4 points, 3.9 rebounds) Key transactions ? Acquired Kris Humphries and Robert Whaley from Utah for Rafael Araujo (Jun. 8) ? Acquired Rasho Nesterovic from San Antonio for Eric Williams, Matt Bonner and a second-round pick (Jun. 21) ? Selected Andrea Bargnani first overall in the NBA draft, the first European to be taken with the first pick (Jun. 28) ? Acquired T.J. Ford from Milwaukee for Charlie Villanueva (Jun. 30) ? Signed Parker (Jul. 13) ? Signed Bosh to a contract extension (Jul. 14) ? Signed Jorge Garbajosa (Jul. 24) Highlights ? Raptors won their first division title and secured home-court advantage in the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. ? They qualified for the playoffs for the first time since 2001-02 and matched the franchise record (at the time) with 47 wins. ? Torontos .667 winning percentage after Jan. 1 led the East. ? Mitchell became the first Raptor coach to win NBA Coach of the Year. ? Bryan Colangelo was named NBA Executive of the Year. ? Bosh was named a starter for the East in the NBA All-Star Game. ? Toronto became the first team in NBA history to sweep all three NBA Eastern Conference awards for the month of January - Bargnani was named Rookie of the Month, Mitchell was named Coach of the Month and Bosh was named Player of the Month. ? In addition to receiving the honour in January, Bargnani was named NBA Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for February. ? Morris Petersons franchise-record streak of 371 consecutive games played came to an end (Nov. 22) ? Garbajosa was named Eastern Conference Rookie of the Month for December. How it ended: With 8.3 seconds left in Game 6, Richard Jefferson hit the go-ahead bucket. Looking to extend the series on the games final possession, Jose Calderons pass to Chris Bosh was intercepted and the Raptors would go on to lose by one point. 3. 2001-02 - The late-season run Record: 42-40 Result: 3rd in Central Division, 7th in Eastern Conference Playoffs: Lost in five games (best of five) to the Pistons in first round Coach: Lenny Wilkens Leaders: Vince Carter (24.7 points, 5.2 rebounds), Antonio Davis (14.5 points, 9.6 rebounds), Alvin Williams (11.8 points, 5.7 assists) Key transactions ? Re-signed Jerome Williams (Jul. 18), Alvin Williams and Davis (Jul. 20). ? Signed Carter to a contract extension (Aug 1) ? Acquired Hakeem Olajuwon from Houston for a first and second-round pick (Aug. 2) Highlights ? Toronto finished the season with 12 wins in its last 14 games, without the injured Carter, to squeeze into the playoffs (included a franchise-record nine-game winning streak). ? They became the only team in NBA history to advance to the playoffs despite suffering a 13-game losing streak that season. ? Raptors qualified for the playoffs for the third consecutive season, a franchise-best. ? Set a franchise record, holding opponents to 91.8 points per game. ? Set a record for home sellouts, filling the ACC in 40 of 41 games. ? Carter finished seventh in the NBA in scoring and was the leading vote-getter for the All-Star Game (but could not participate due to injury) How it ended: Locked in a one possession game, trailing by three with four secondss to go in a deciding Game 5, Chris Childs - forgetting the score - launched a shot from inside the arc, ultimately sealing Torontos fate in the series. Harold Miner Jersey. 2. 2013-14 - We the North Record: 48-34 Result: 1st in Atlantic Division, 3rd in Eastern Conference Playoffs: Lost in seven games (best of seven) to the Nets in first round Coach: Dwane Casey Leaders: DeMar DeRozan (22.7 points, 4.3 rebounds), Kyle Lowry (17.9 points, 7.4 assists), Jonas Valanciunas (11.3 points, 8.8 rebounds) Key transactions ? Named Masai Ujiri President and General Manager (May 31) ? Traded Andrea Bargnani to the Knicks for Steve Novak, Marcus Camby, Quentin Richardson, a 2016 first-round draft pick and two second-round selections in 2014 and 2017 (Jul. 10) ? Traded Rudy Gay, Quincy Acy and Aaron Gray to the Kings for Patrick Patterson, Greivis Vasquez, John Salmons and Chuck Hayes (Dec. 9) Highlights ? Raptors set a franchise record with 48 wins en-route to their second ever division title and first playoff appearance since 2008. ? Finished the season with a record of 41-22, best record in the East, after making a seven-player trade with Sacramento in December. ? Set a franchise record with 22 road wins, finishing over .500 away from home for the first time in team history. ? DeRozan was selected to his first All-Star Game. He finished the season tied for ninth in scoring, fourth in minutes and fourth in made free throws. ? Lowry was named Eastern Conference Player of the Week (Jan. 27 - Feb. 2). He ranked eighth in the NBA in assists and tied for eighth in three pointers made. He broke the franchise record for most three pointers made in a season. ? Casey was named Eastern Conference Coach of the Month for December. ? The starting five - DeRozan, Lowry, Valanciunas, Amir Johnson and Terrence Ross - won 29 games, most by any starting lineup in team history. All five starters set career highs in both points and minutes. ? Ross tied Carters team record with 51 points Jan. 25 vs the Clippers. ? Toronto was the only Eastern Conference team to rank in the top 10 in both offensive and defensive efficiency. How it ended: After leading the fourth-quarter comeback in Game 7, Lowry drove into the lane, split a pair of Nets defenders, lost his handle but managed to flip up a shot that was blocked by Paul Pierce to end the series. Consoled by his teammates, Lowry laid in the key as Brooklyn celebrated. The Raptors were one-point away from winning their first ever seven-game series and advancing to the Conference Semifinals for the second time in franchise history. 1. 2000-01 - The lone playoff-series win Record: 47-35 Result: 2nd in Central Division, 5th in Eastern Conference Playoffs: Won in five games (best of five) over the Knicks in first round, lost in seven games (best of seven) to the 76ers in Conference Semifinals Coach: Lenny Wilkens Leaders: Vince Carter (27.6 points, 5.5 rebounds), Antonio Davis (13.7 points, 10.1 rebounds), Charles Oakley (9.6 points, 9.5 rebounds) Key transactions ? Named Lenny Wilkens head coach, replacing Butch Carter (Jun. 21) ? Selected Morris Peterson with the 21st pick in the NBA Draft, their lowest ever pick in the first round (Jun. 28) ? Sent free agent Tracy McGrady to Orlando in a sign and trade for a first-round pick (Aug. 3) ? Signed Mark Jackson (Aug. 11) ? Traded Doug Christie to Sacramento for Corliss Williamson (Sept. 29) ? Acquired Keon Clark, Tracy Murray and Mamadou Ndiaye from Denver for Kevin Willis, Garth Joseph, Alexandar Radojevic and a second-round pick (Jan. 12) ? Acquired Chris Childs and a first-round pick from New York for Mark Jackson and Muggsy Bogues (Feb. 22) ? Acquired Jerome Williams and Eric Montross from Detroit for Williamson, Tyrone Corbin, Kornel Davis and a first-round pick (Feb. 22) Highlights ? Raptors won their first and only playoff series, defeating the Knicks in the deciding game of the opening round. ? Torontos 47 wins eclipsed the franchise-record of 45 at the time. ? They finished the season with a record of 19-8 following the pair of trade deadline deals. ? Carter finished fifth in the NBA in scoring and was the leading vote-getter for the NBA All-Star Game (second straight year) ? Davis was also selected to the All-Star team, marking the first and only time two Raptors have been represented in the game. He started alongside Carter for the East (Feb. 11). ? Carter was named NBA Player of the Week (Mar. 4) ? Carter was named second-team All-NBA, while Morris Peterson was selected to the NBA All-Rookie Team. How it ended: Having attending his graduation in the morning of a seventh and deciding game against Philadelphia, Carter missed the biggest shot in franchise history - a fall-away jumper over Tyrone Hill - to come one-point shy of advancing to the Eastern Conference Finals. They havent made it that far since. Expert picks: Jack Armstrong 1. 2000-01 2. 2013-14 3. 2006-07 4. 1999-00 5. 2001-02 ' ' '

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