In a summer where superstars across the NBA are calling the shots more than ever before, it looks like that may have been the case once again with the blockbuster trade that saw Russell Westbrook and
The Houston Rockets made a major trade with the Oklahoma City Thunder for Russell Westbrook on Thursday, and it sounds like they did so because their star player wanted it.
There have been numerous reports since the Houston Rockets were eliminated from the postseason that their two biggest stars, James Harden and Chris Paul, are at odds and no longer want to play togeth
James Harden had a disappointing night at the NBA Awards show when he did not take home MVP honors, and that was hardly the biggest insult he faced throughout the evening.
The Houston Rockets respectfully disagreed with Giannis Antetokounmpo winning the NBA’s MVP Award.
Stories about the relationship between Chris Paul and James Harden souring have been percolating the last month or so, and now it seems to have hit its peak.
The Houston Rockets have some interesting decisions to make this offseason with their two biggest stars reportedly butting heads.
Amid rumors of discord between his two star players, Houston Rockets coach Mike D’Antoni said that tension between guards Chris Paul and James Harden is nothing to worry about.