Tue. Dec 18th, 2018

Houston Rockets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Full Game Highlights / Match 2/2018 NBA Playoffs



🏀 Houston Rockets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Full Game Highlights

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50 thoughts on “Houston Rockets vs. Minnesota Timberwolves Full Game Highlights / Match 2/2018 NBA Playoffs

  1. I am here to see my favorite player all-time, D-rose. I am a Lakers fan and Rocket in 4. I don’t get it why Thibbs don’t start him over Teague. I get it Rose is fragile now but still my man still clearly can ball. smh thibs

  2. Tony brothers helped Minesota for PO, it is pitty because Jokic, Marej and company didn' t passed, thay could be much more interesting to watch than those ballhogs from Minesota.

  3. Karl Anthony Towns, Andrew Wiggins and Jimmy Butler have been disappointing so far. They've gotta score more for Minnesota to have a chance to win. If Minnesota don't win tomorrow. Houston is gonna sweep. James Harden had a bad 2nd game. Houston still blew out Minnesota. That's not good for Minnesota LOL. Karl Towns has got to stop shooting jumpshots. He needs to score more near the basket. He's taken a lot of bad shots in the first 2 games. That's why Karl's field goal percentage has been terrible. Gerald Green of Houston was on fire in the 2nd game. His hairstyle is ugly LOL. How come Joe Johnson hasn't played much for Houston? I don't know why Houston signed him if he isn't gonna play much. Joe has a lot of playoff experience.

  4. Let Taj The Clutch defender get that lockdown defense (read – beating) on Harden like he did on Jokic … Let's see what'll happen … lol …. 50 freethrows, i am calling it … nba's rigged, it should've been Nuggets, i can't get over it man … this is a disgrace

  5. HOW IS THE OVER RATED JIMMY BUTLER WORKING OUT FOR YOU MINNESOTA?? I HEARD HE SCORED A WHOLE 11 POINTS IN GAME 2… HOW IS THE OVER RATED AND OFTEN INJURED DERRICK ROSE WORKING OUT FOR YOU. HAHAHAHAHHAHHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHAAHHAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAHHAHAAH

  6. Wolves should have waited. Wiggins and Towns are way too young to be competing for the title in the stacked WC, especially if they are going to be the centerpiece of the team. Focusing on Wiggins, having scorers like Teague and Butler hindered Wiggins' development, evident by his production this season. Towns is already very good in the C position, but he could have developed better in a younger team.

    Butler is in his prime, but when Towns and Wiggins matures a bit more, he'd be older. They may get lucky and replace him, but they gave up Lavine, Dunn and a pick for him. That's a price too high, considering this draft's names. Teague's good. But when you lose with good players, the young ones may get tired of falling just short and may want to leave earlier than anticipated.

    Without Butler and Teague, they would have lost more present games, they wouldn't even have entered the Playoffs. But they could have waited and continued building through the draft so good young players may grow together with their core, Wiggins and Towns. When everyone's mature enough, a monstrous KAT, a possible all-star to semi-superstar Wiggins, some could-have-been good young guys (including last year's draft pick #7), plus a could have been future free agent, the Wolves could have done things way better.

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