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With 11 straight losses and down, the Houston Rockets (1-12) are young, rebuilding and currently in shock. On Monday, those in charge of the NBA league office schedule are doing them no favors.
Less than 24 hours after Sunday’s resounding home loss to Phoenix, the Rockets will take the field in Memphis against rising star Ja Morant and the Grizzlies. It’s a tough place for Houston on a back-to-back in two different cities, especially against a Memphis side badly in need of a win after three straight losses.
For Rockets goaltender Kevin Porter Jr., Morant represents the third straight outing he has faced against an elite opposing point guard. On Friday he played pretty well against Damian Lillard of Portland, but Sunday’s results against Chris Paul and the Suns were not so encouraging.
Here’s when you should log in for Monday’s game:
- Dated: Monday November 15th
- Time: 7 p.m. Central
- TV channel: AT&T SportsNet Southwest, NBA League Pass
- Direct: fuboTV (watch for free in Houston markets)
Probable starting eleven
Houston Rockets (1-12)
- Guard: Kevin Porter Jr.
- Guard: Jalen Green
- Forward: Jae’Sean Tate
- Forward: Christian Wood
- Center: Daniel Theis
Memphis Grizzly (6-7)
- Guard: Ja Morant
- Guard: Desmond Bane
- Forward: Dillon Brooks
- Forward: Jaren Jackson Jr.
- Center: Steven Adams
The projected rosters are based on each team’s game scores, but it should be noted that Houston head coach Stephen Silas indicated after Sunday’s game that changes in roster and / or rotation were a possibility.
The Grizzlies have an impeccable injury report, which the Rockets also did on Sunday. However, Houston is not required to officially release an injury report for the Memphis game until noon Monday, as it is the second game in a row. John Wall remains out due to a mutual decision for him not to play in games this season, with Houston prioritizing minutes for the development of young players.
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