Ramon Sessions joining the Houston Rockets makes sense for both parties.
Aaron Goodwin, agent for Francisco Garcia, says report of his client agreeing to deal with Rockets is false. "There's no agreement reached."
Odds to win the 2014 NBA title: Cavs 3-1 Spurs 3.5-1 Thunder 4.5-1 Bulls 7-1 Clippers 8-1 Warriors 20-1 Rockets 20-1
Weird thing about Mavericks' 4 back-to-backs against Rockets is that their 17 back-to-backs overall tied for 2nd fewest, one more than LAL.
No off nights in Houston for Chandler Parsons. Mavericks will be playing the second half of a back-to-back in all four games vs. Rockets.
For Rockets, toughest stretch could be down the stretch: at Mavs, Thunder, Spurs; home vs. Spurs in April.
Rockets' get one fewer game against past 2 playoff opponents. Their 3-game Western Conference opponents: Lakers, Blazers, Kings, Thunder.
Another weird part of Rockets schedule. Have Thursday-Monday games in New York, Brooklyn in January with a one-game homestand in between.
Biggest surprise of Mavs schedule: None of their games vs. Rockets are on national TV.
Kind of a weird schedule for Rockets. Longest trip just 4 games, but it includes a 3-day break on road before a Portland-Utah back-to-back.
Going through Lakers' schedule - looks like they play the Rockets, Spurs, Thunder and Jazz 3 times apiece
The Utah Jazz begin (Oct. 30, home) and end (April 15, road) the season against the Houston Rockets.
With the schedule tight thanks to the new, extra long All Star break, the Rockets have 20 back-to-backs. Not a bad number, considering.
Rockets will be on ABC twice this year. They will also be televised six times on TNT, nine on ESPN, eight on NBA-TV.
Rockets get 17 national TV (ESPN, ABC, TNT) games.
Thunder vs Rockets (Westbrook vs Beverley): -Nov. 16 in OKC -Jan. 15 in HOU -Apr. 5 in OKC
Three good teams visit the Heat in first week of season: Wizards, Raptors, Rockets.