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Chris Hu said:
PAOerfulone said:

They had all their important players and pieces. No Kevin Durant for the rest of the series after he got injured in the 3rd quarter of Game 5, a game where they went into the 4th quarter tied. Stephen Curry doing jack shit in the first half with 0 points & 3 fouls, AND they were in Houston.  How much more luck do you think they needed? Like I said before, the Warriors have never been more vulnerable throughout their entire run than they were tonight. This was it! This was served on an silver platter for the Rockets. This was the best opportunity they ever had up to this point to finally get past the Warriors and be one step closer to an NBA Championship and they couldn't seal the deal.

The Houston Rockets, as they are, are just not championship material. 

Meh, the Rockets could have easily eliminated the Warriors last year also if they didn't try to win via three point shots in game seven.  Also it not like the Rockets never won a title they won two championships and are the second best NBA team in Texas behind the Spurs.  

I'm talking about this current Rockets team, not the Rockets franchise throughout its history. In terms of greatness, being a leader, and having that Championship DNA, James Harden is no Hakeem Olajuwon. Not even close.



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