Houston Rockets Team Stats 2022 Rockets Team Stats

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The Houston Rockets have twisted and manipulated their lineup across the last four seasons, trying to configure a championship roster centered on James Harden. Chris Paul had his opportunity, and then Houston gave Russell Westbrook a chance. Clint Capela manned the middle of the Rockets' defense, but Capela is now an Atlanta Hawk. Houston's management staff has completely revamped the Rockets' roster. John Wall was brought in from Washington. Wall was a swap with the Wizards for Westbrook, and a future first-round pick was added on Houston's side of the ledger. There were reasonably well-founded playoff aspirations in Houston for Wall and Harden as a tandem.

Home Record: 1-0 Away Record: 0-2 Conference Record: 1-2 Division Record: 0-0
Head Coach: Stephen Silas Assitant Coach: John Lucas Assitant Coach: Jeff Hornacek Assitant Coach: Will Weaver
Assitant Coach: Rick Higgins Assitant Coach: DeSagana Diop General Manager: Arena:

Rockets Team Stats

Team Ratings Offense Stats Defense Stats
Overall OFF RTG DEF RTG PPG ORB AST TO FGM FGA 3PA 3-PM FG% 3PT% FT% Pace PPG Allow DRB AST Allow STL BLK FG% Allow 3P% Allow FORCE TO
70
77
71
109
27
70
59
120
258
103
42
46.5
40.8
75
107.3
108
70
32
17
43.2
35.2
48

Rockets Team Rankings

Team Rankings Offense Rankings Defense Rankings
Overall OFF RTG DEF RTG PPG ORB AST TO FGM FGA 3PA 3-PM FG% 3PT% FT% Pace PPG Allow DRB AST Allow STL BLK FG% Allow 3P% Allow FORCE TO
29
22
6
16
21
22
25
24
27
22
14
8
4
19
14
19
11
8
16
7
17
14

Rockets Team Offensive Stats

Opponent Vegas Points Scored Shooting Rebounding Assists TO
Date Team Spread ML O/U TOT PTS Q1 PTS Q2 PTS Q3 PTS Q4 PTS FGA FGM 3PTA 3PTM 3PT% FG% DREB OREB TOT REB TOT ASS TO
10/24/21 BOS +5.5 +180 221 97 27 19 19 22 75 32 32 14 43.8 42.7 35 5 40 20 18
10/22/21 OKC -3.5 -161 220 124 54 55 49 38 95 48 38 17 44.7 50.5 44 10 54 29 17
10/20/21 MIN -6.5 -278 232.5 106 18 21 23 30 88 40 33 11 33.3 45.5 29 12 41 21 24

Rockets Team Defensive Stats

Opponent Vegas Points Allowed Shooting (Allowed) Rebounding (Allowed) AST Allow Defensive
Date Team Spread ML O/U TOT PTS Q1 PTS Q2 PTS Q3 PTS Q4 PTS FGA FGM 3PTA 3PTM 3PT% FG% DREB OREB TOT REB TOT ASS BLK STL
10/24/21 BOS +5.5 -222 221 107 20 28 32 16 86 38 47 15 31.9 44.2 37 6 43 22 4 7
10/22/21 OKC -3.5 +135 220 91 33 41 41 28 91 34 43 14 32.6 37.4 31 8 39 22 10 12
10/20/21 MIN -6.5 +220 232.5 124 28 35 24 22 87 42 38 16 42.1 48.3 33 13 46 26 3 13

Rockets Team Leaders

Points Per Game
C. Wood
C. Wood: 22.3
J. Green: 16
K. Porter Jr.: 14.7
E. Gordon: 13
J. Tate: 10
Assists Per Game
K. Porter Jr.
K. Porter Jr.: 5
J. Tate: 4
J. Green: 3
A. Sengün: 2.3
D. Augustin: 2
Rebounds Per Game
C. Wood
C. Wood: 10.7
J. Tate: 8.3
A. Sengün: 4.7
D. Theis: 4.3
D. Nwaba: 4
Steals Per Game
A. Sengün
A. Sengün: 2.3
D. Nwaba: 1.3
J. Green: 1.3
J. Tate: 1
J. Christopher: 1
Blocks per Game
U. Garuba
U. Garuba: 1.5
C. Wood: 1.3
J. Green: 1
A. Sengün: 1
K. Porter Jr.: 0.7

Rockets Player Stats

NAME RTG MINS PTS AST REB STL Blk TO FG% FGM 3PTM 3PA 3P% FTM FTA FT%
Christian Wood
81
98 67 5 32 2 4 2 50 24 8 16 50 0 11 15 73.3
Kevin Porter Jr.
77
91 44 15 9 3 2 19 40 16 9 22 40.9 0 3 6 50
Jalen Green
82
91 48 9 11 4 3 5 44.2 19 10 21 47.6 0 0 0 0
Jae'Sean Tate
75
82 30 12 25 3 0 5 52.4 11 2 4 50 0 6 6 100
Eric Gordon
80
75 39 3 6 2 0 5 50 14 7 13 53.8 0 4 5 80
Daniel Theis
77
61 20 2 13 0 1 1 53.3 8 1 6 16.7 0 3 4 75
Alperen Sengün
75
55 24 7 14 7 3 10 50 7 0 3 0 0 10 12 83.3
D.J. Augustin
70
34 8 6 0 1 0 4 37.5 3 2 5 40 0 0 0 0
David Nwaba
74
34 13 4 12 4 1 3 42.9 6 0 3 0 0 1 4 25
Danuel House Jr.
70
24 2 2 5 1 0 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 2 2 100
Kenyon Martin Jr.
75
14 7 2 2 1 0 0 75 3 0 0 0 0 1 2 50
Josh Christopher
68
12 9 1 3 3 0 3 42.9 3 1 2 50 0 2 2 100
Armoni Brooks
70
11 12 1 0 0 0 0 57.1 4 2 5 40 0 2 2 100
Usman Garuba
74
11 4 1 3 1 3 1 40 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0
John Wall
82
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Garrison Mathews
71
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Daishen Nix
67
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0

Much of any potential for team success this season centered on the rejuvenation of DeMarcus Cousins at center. This experiment lasted far less than the Paul or Westbrook models. Barely two-weeks into the new season, Houston sent the disgruntled Harden to Brooklyn. A week later, the Rockets hauled in a disgruntled player from another team. No one doubts the talent of Kevin Porter Jr., but Cleveland seemingly wasn't enamored by his locker room attitude. Porter is now a Rocket. Now, all these player changes will require Rockets' fans to grab a game day program to sort out the new faces. However, fans are going to need to update that program continually over the next couple of seasons.

Houston officially entered the rebuild category, and they have a loaded bank of draft picks to accomplish it quickly. The Rockets will pick three players in the first round in the next NBA Draft, plus another pair of second-round selections. Five draft picks in 2021 will go a long way to rebuilding the Rockets' star power. But they will add another trio of first-round picks in 2022. With another future star in Christian Wood now a Rocket, Houston won't be a pushover this year. Nevertheless, Houston is in the envious position of being able to load a roster with six first-round draft picks out of two drafts. The current roster will be formidable enough to stay competitive, but the Rockets clearly are focused on a future launch date for their championship aspirations.