The Rockets bounce back in style after loss to Toronto Raptors, as they beat the Mempis Grizzlies 104-119 in one of the scrimmages played today.
Memphis Grizzlies 104-119 Houston Rockets:
James Harden registered 31 points for the Rockets, was close to hitting a double double, but could only manage 9 assist. The Point Guard had a very good game offensively too, as he bags 2 steals and a block all games.
Ben McLemore who scored the second highest Points in the game, was one of the surprise top performer for the Rockets. Even though the Latter did not register any assist, his impressive display off-the-ball was all Houston needed to seal a win.
Memphis Grizzlies had seven players who scored double figures, but the highest could only bucket 17 points. Ja Morant seems to have picked it up from where he stopped before the league went on hiatus in March.
OKC Thunder 102-97 Philadelphia Sixers
Oklahoma City Thunder continues impressive pre-season run, as they secure and hard-fought victory against Philadelphia 76ers. It ended 102-97, with the usual suspect Shai Gilgeous-Alexander recording a team high 16 points for the Thunders.
Shai seems to be the on the right stead ahead of the restart of the NBA season, with successive scintillating display for OKC.
Ben Simmons for Philadelphia 79ers could only manage 14 points as they fail to pick it up from their win against Memphis Grizzlies. L