ORLANDO, FL — The following is the latest NBA scores and wrap up from the list of games that took place on Friday, July 31. Rockets, Spurs, Blazers and Magic were all among the winners.
Oklahoma City Thunder and Houston Rockets will lock horns in a Christmas Day fixture at the Toyota Center. Watch live on WatchESPN. ABC will have the live nationally broadcast coverage.
HOUSTON, TX — ESPN and WatchESPN will provide live streaming coverage of two NBA games on Friday night. Tip-off on ESPN for this game is set for 8:00 pm ET with WatchESPN also streaming the action. Dallas Mavericks will visit the Los Angeles Lakers, live at 10:30 pm.
Houston Rockets rallied to beat Golden State Warriors in season opener, as Curry and Durant failed with late shots in 122-121 defeat.
James Harden went missing, some said he quitted, as Houston were thrashed 114-75 by San Antonio Spurs in Game 6 of the Western Conference Finals. Kawhi Leonard did not play for the Spurs, while Tony Parker is out for the season.
San Antonio Spurs beat Houston Rockets to move one win away from facing Golden State in the Western Conference Finals. Spurs won the game 110-107 in OT.
James Harden and the Rockets beat the Spurs to tie their Western Conference semifinals series on Sunday. The series is tie at 2-2 heading into Game 5.
Kawhi Leonard scored 34 points in Spurs’ 121-96 win over the Rockets in their Western Conference semifinals series, but lose Tony Parker to a serious injury.
Houston Rockets hit 22 3-pointers and dismantled the San Antonio Spurs in Game 1 of their series on Monday night. Game 2 is on Wednesday night.
Latest NBA scores from the game between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Houston Rockets on Monday night. Follow Box scores and more in the recap.
San Antonio Spurs rallied from 13 points deficit to beat the Houston Rockets 102-100 in the NBA Tuesday night. Spurs ended Rockets 10 game win streak.
Sporting Alert – The 2016 NBA playoffs will tip-off this weekend with four games, as defending champions Golden State Warriors start the second half of their championship defense.