The Rockets won't in OKC after Game 1 on Sunday, but is it because of a haunted hotel?
By LOUIS OJEDA JR.FS Southwest
Rockets are likely glad Houston isn't too far from
Oklahoma City for more than it just being a short flight.
It was a reason why they have decided not to stay the night after Game 1 of their first round playoff series against the
Thunder on Sunday.
"I just think you come back," Rockets coach Kevin McHale
told the Houston Chronicle. "For a 45, 50-minute [flight] to Oklahoma City, to practice for a couple days here and get on a plane, I just never as a player liked staying in cities a long time."
But is there more to the story?
Visiting teams staying in the city usually means checking in to the Skirvin Hilton Hotel, which is rumored to be haunted.
Just ask the New York Knicks, who blamed a 2010 loss to the Thunder after a night in the hotel.
Shawn Marion of the Dallas Mavericks claims to have heard strange noises there before.