Eason shines again as Rockets Ground Raptors 116-100

Tonight, rockets landed on Jabbari Smith Jr., Alperin Sengon and Eric Gordon. It didn’t matter because they had Tari Eason, Jalen Green, and Kevin Martin Jr. and Kevin Porter Jr.

The Rockets may not be a great team or even a good one, but they have a lot of depth. The waves of sport and talent continue to roll, even below key players like Smith, Signon and Gordon.

Tarry Eason, despite his lack of plays, finished the night with 24 points, eight rebounds and two steals. Had there been any luck, the score would have been about 30 points and 10 rebounds. He only has a nose for the ball, for being in the right place at the right time, and that’s something, like the bouncing gene, that’s hard to teach. His shot sounds better, and if he has the time, this catapult is accurate.

To all the teams that excluded Eason because he changed school and didn’t start at LSU (Because the team has promised to start roles for its recruits) I can’t help but say: Thank you! Thank you for letting the Rockets pull that guy number 17 in the 2022 draft. He’s just the guy the Rockets need. I mean, every team can use a strong 6’8″ winger with wide skill and skill in the game, but it’s so bad, it’s a rocket.

In other news, Galen Green had a pretty quiet 23 points at 7-16 in 26 minutes. It would have been more if the missiles could fire immersion shots. When a player doesn’t seem to be doing all that much, and is still over 20 points, that usually means good things.

Among the other goodies were KJ Martin Jr who made things happen and jump out of the gym, and Kevin Porter Jr, who had a tough start, but a strong finish. I want to see more of him with Eason, and maybe Tate, just to max out the pain for the other team.

Tonight also appeared Daechen Knicks, which looked bad, but also, oddly enough, almost looked good. It is just a sign. But as I wrote in the launcher preview, you simply I can not Be an attacking basketball goalkeeper who doesn’t make FTs. All of this would work best for Knicks if he seemed to have a plan, when he’s the lead guard. He dodges and rambles a lot, but to be fair, Toronto is a tough problem for non-jumbo rangers.

On the other hand, TyTy Washington looked good. It looked like a coiled spring, firing just about every chance he got, but one of those was a three-drain pull, so that’s okay. He, unlike Knicks, is a real security guard, and will move the attack or attack if he does not move.

Josh Christopher also made a great contribution, as did, surprisingly, Theo Malidon, who was mostly forced out of OKC by SG-A and Josh Giddey.

Garrison Matthews had a rough night. His defense was poor, and he missed 3s. If he doesn’t have any of these, he’s basically not contributing anything, and I wonder if we could replace him with Robert Franks’ Adelaide 36ers?

This was a great game to watch, if the referees allowed more than 30 seconds of basketball. Most of them did not.

Anyway, the Rockets are a very deep team, with a lot of talent. Raw talent is still talent. Unfortunately for Wemby Wishers, the Rockets may be winning more games than you think.

As for birds of prey? They are an embarrassing team to play, and an embarrassing team to watch. I’m not sure if I’ve seen more unexplained excursions from one team, in one match, at all. Also, they all complained a lot or less constantly. In a pre-season match. Although 38 free throws were fired. Did they think they deserved 80 free throws? Will that stop the complaint?

I think a lot of the NBA comments like the Raptors because Toronto is a great city (it is) and because they’re not like most NBA teams. It is commendable. Most raptors are 6’8 inches tall and skinny, and they can all do everything fairly well. It’s also not clear that they’re great at anything.

If you simply choose “the ugliest shot of a tall man too” for several drafts, you’ll get raptors. They are doing something different. And i appreciate that. I appreciate the passion of their fans, too. But I really wonder how many Raptors games NBA writers and podcasters watch?

The Rockets play the Heat on Monday, wrapping up pre-season with their final game on Friday. Which is kind of strange.


Are you a fan of Tari yet?

  • 6%

    No, but I plan to.

    (7 votes)

  • 0%

    No, I’m an idiot.

    (1 vote)

  • 37%

    Soon the world will be in love with Tarry.

    (38 votes)

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