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— Eric Sidewater (@SixersScience)

The Rockets have always beaten the odds.

Minutes before tipoff…. GO ROCKETS!!!!

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We knew Ted Cruz had something to do with this!

The rockets were clearly distracted by NRA sellout Ted Cruz’s shining smile.

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That smile blinded the 3-point shooters of the Rockets.

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More often than not, the real reason why the Rockets went into an offensive funk. Then again, they have managed to do this in the thrid-quarter all series long.

James harden literally shot the warriors back in the game.

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Let’s not forget about Trevor Ariza, who couldn’t hit the Gulf of Mexico even if he was standing on Seawall Boulevard.

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This tweet speaks for itself.

— Fred Katz (@FredKatz)

When PJ Tucker hit that 3-pointer to end the streak, all of Texas rejoiced.

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In the end, that shooting streak doomed the Rockets and they dropped Game 7 to Golden State 101-92. Just a few made shots and things could have been very different.

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