- Created on Thursday, 04 November 2010 15:55
- Last Updated on Thursday, 16 May 2013 07:51
- Written by Dulce
In our division we have the Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, New Orleans and Memphis.
Dallas and San Antonio are doing pretty well, scoring 100+ games. Both teams are working on their defense to assure they will have a fighting chance in the Western Conference.
Houston...well we have a problem. Â
Houston is 0-3, which is disappointing. Not only to their fans but to themselves. They are losing very close games and are wasting Luis Scola's monster games. No one is taking it harder than Scola. He hopes he can motivate his teammates to try just a little harder.
Jason Kidd is showing he still has it. Courtesy of the Elias Sports Bureau: Wednesdayâ€™s victory in Denver marked the 21st time in Jason Kiddâ€™s career that he registered at least a dozen assists while managing no more than one field goal.
Dirk, Butler and Terry also contributed to their victory with stellar performances.
San Antonio, with Richard Jefferson finally accepting his roll with the Spurs, torched the Suns with 28pts 4 rebounds.
Tim Duncan posted a double-double (25 points, 18 rebounds) and passed George Gervin for second in franchise history in points as the Spurs defeated the rival Suns. Tim is 80 points behind David Robinson.
New Orleans Hornets let by, Chris Paul, have beaten the Spurs, Rockets and last night the Denver Nuggets to put them on top of the Southwest Division for the first time in a long time.
Memphis has won 2 games and lost 3 which puts them ahead of Houston who has yet to win a game this season.
The Rockets next opponent is the San Antonio Spurs who promise to throw everything at them when they host the Rockets on Saturday.
82 games is a lot and this is going to be a long season.Â Let's hope at least one of our Texas teams comes out on top.