Indiana Pacers vs Houston Rockets Live Stream & TV Channel NBA 2018
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The Houston Rockets and Indiana Pacersplayed a thriller that went down to the wire on Monday in Indianapolis.
Could we be in for an encore when the two squads meet again for the second time in less than a week on Sunday evening in Houston?
The Pacers will be coming in off a win over the Heat that moved them to 8-5 on the season.
Meanwhile, the Rockets will enter the game having lost two in a row, which leaves them at a disappointing 4-7.
Pacers: It’s been a strong start to the season for the Pacers, who at 8-5 currently sit in third place in the East.
They’ve proven that last season wasn’t a fluke, and even if they aren’t in the top tier of the East contenders — which suddenly looks extremely strong — they’re not far off and are a tough team to beat every single night.
Victor Oladipo has been super impressive recently, averaging 27 points, 8.6 rebounds and 5.4 assists over his last five games.
Chris Paul has not been the same player he was last season. Father Time comes for all players, but if he chose now to come for CP3, that’s an incredibly tough break for Houston.
James Harden has played at a level far below the MVP levels he’s exhibited the last three years.
Even Eric Gordon, who can now shoot without the looming specter of a Jimmy Butler trade, went 3-14 from deep against San Antonio.
The Rockets are lost in a maze right now. And Indiana is going to do their best Minotaur impression tonight.
Rockets: After a brutal start to the season, the Rockets seemed to be turning things around a bit last week.
They won three in row, including an impressive win over the Pacers on the road, and agreed to a deal to bring back defensive coordinator Jeff Bzdelik.
But the good times didn’t last, and they’ve now lost two more games to sink to 4-7 on the season.
If that wasn’t enough, they’re reportedly now having discussions with Carmelo Anthony about his role moving forward. Just bad times all around in Houston.