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Houston Rockets

The NBA is one of the most exciting sports leagues in the US, and the Houston Rockets are one of the league’s teams that are known for the most passionate fans. The Rockets have been pretty successful throughout the franchise’s whole history, which is why it is no surprise the team has so many supporters. Followers of the Rockets can make watching the team even more thrilling by betting on the outcome of NBA games. ...more less

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Houston Rockets Team Stats equips you with all the relevant team stats you need to wager successfully on NBA betting sites. You'll find all the key stats you need concerning the Houston Rockets below, including total points scored, points conceded, points per game, player stats and more. 

GP 82
PTS 110.7
FGM 40.6
FG% 0.457
3PM 10.44
3P% 0.327
FTM 19.11
FT% 0.754
REB 46.28
AST 22.4
STL 7.32
BLK 4.56
TO 15.45
PF 20.48

Houston Rockets Player Stats

Ever wondered who is the Houston Rockets player with the most three-pointers? Well, luckily, we've got the answers you need. You can find all the latest Houston Rockets player stats on this page:

Stats 2022-2023
GP 31
MIN 5.5
FG% 0.683
3P% 0
FT% 0.741
REB 1.94
AST 0.3
STL 0.16
BLK 0.06
TO 0.45
PF 0.32
PTS 3.3

Houston Rockets Betting Odds

Here at, we provide you with odds on all of Houston Rockets' upcoming games. The odds displayed are sourced from the best NBA betting apps, so you are sure to find some value odds as well as some attractive betting welcome offers

Houston Rockets Next Games Odds

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Houston Rockets Odds to Win the NBA Championship

The Houston Rockets' heyday came in the mid 90s, when they won back-to-back championships in 1994 and 1995. Reckon they have a chance this year? Here are their latest odds: 

Houston Rockets Odds to Win the Western Conference

Check out the Houston Rockets' chances of winning the Western Conference in the odds table below: 

Houston Rockets Betting Offers & Promo Codes

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Houston Rockets Starting Lineups

Keeping on top of injury news is crucial for bettors looking to win money on NBA betting sites. Luckily, this information is easily accessible on our NBA starting lineups page, where you can find out the probable lineups for the Houston Rockets and every other NBA team. 

Houston Rockets Prop Bets

Even if the Rockets are struggling to win games, you can still bet on their players to shine individually. Our NBA player props page provides everything you need regarding player props and is there to help you find the best value on props such as points scored, blocks and rebounds. 

Houston Rockets Game Picks's Pickfinder analyzes each NBA fixture to provide the best NBA picks for each game that is scheduled. 

Houston Rockets History

The Houston Rockets started in 1967 as an expansion franchise in San Diego, the only team added to the NBA for the 1967/68 season. The San Diego Rockets went for four consecutive losing seasons but posted a strong enough record to reach the playoffs in their second year. 

Texas Sports Investments bought the team in 1971, and the company relocated the team to Texas. However, the move didn’t break any immediate success, as the team went three more years without making it to the playoffs.

After finding a permanent stadium at the Summit, the Rockets finally started to come together as a team. The franchise added Moses Malone and made it to the postseason in six of the eight seasons from 1974/75. This included a trip to the NBA Finals in the 1980/81 season, but the team lost to the Larry Bird-led Boston Celtics. 

However, the team traded Malone to the Philadelphia 76ers and posted the worst record in the league. However, this allowed the team to win the first pick in the 1983 Draft, which it used to acquire Ralph Sampson. The following year, the team added Hakeem Olajuwon. 

Olajuwon’s impact was immediate, coming second to Michael Jordan in the NBA Rookie of the Year vote. During the 1985/86 season, the team flew through the postseason by beating the Sacramento Kings, Denver Nuggets, and the LA Lakers while dropping just three games. In the finals, the Celtics once again proved to be a bridge too far and once again left the Rockets empty-handed. 

The franchise maintained its position as a postseason fixture for the rest of the 1980s and all of the 1990s, apart from one year (1991/92). The team also managed to claim back-to-back championships in 1994 and 1995, with Olajuwon winning Finals MVP in both. 

Those back-to-back finals saw the Rockets beat the New York Knicks and the Orlando Magic. The team, including Olajuwon, Robert Horry, Clyde Drexler, and Sam Cassell, is probably the best in the franchise’s history. When the team brought in perennial All-Star Charles Barkley in 1996, there was a chance of a dynasty happening. 

However, it just didn’t happen for the Rockets. Despite having three all-time greats on the roster in Barkley, Olajuwon, and Drexler, the team didn’t win another championship or conference title. Still, the Rockets continued to make the playoffs every year until 2000. 

Since the disbanding of that great team in the 1990s, the team hasn’t made much of a dent in the playoffs. Even though the franchise has been a regular in the postseason and put together some exciting teams, it hasn’t been enough for the Rockets to progress past the conference finals. Fans hope the glory days of past teams will come back soon.