In NBA's new order, Rockets have more than Warriors to worry about

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In NBA's new order, Rockets have more than Warriors to worry about
In NBA's new order, Rockets have more than Warriors to worry about

The anticipation started building the moment the Toronto Raptors hoisted the Larry O'Brien Trophy and celebrated the championship they'd just won. The feeling was there. Things were going to be different in the NBA. Kevin Durant went through a tough, and seemingly dramatic, injury and wouldn't return to Golden State. LeBron James had been actively recruiting for his Lakers, and the star of the current champion Raptors, Kawhi Leonard, seemed to be on his way out. The offseason started with big changes, and they just kept coming. By the end of the summer, there were no more superteams but dynamic duos everywhere. Star players paired up all over the map — including in Houston, where the Rockets

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