It was a long and sad season for the Houston Rockets, perhaps the most disappointing team in the NBA in 2015-16. Somewhat fittingly, the final play of the year was a pretty awful one in which Dwight Howard, who has made five threes in his 12-year pro career, took a pretty bad shot from beyond the arc.
More than likely, that was also Howard’s last shot as a Houston Rocket. The 6-foot-11 center looked out of sync with his teammates all year long and finished with an average of just 8.5 field goal attempts per game, his lowest mark since his rookie season. Howard made 62 percent of his shots, though, which was a career high.