Rockets' Twitter feed gives good insight to team's poor second half
Even if you weren't viewing the Rockets live on Thursday night, you could get a good feel for how the game was going from the team's official Twitter feed.
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By Shawn Ramsey
Even if you weren't viewing the Rockets live on television against the Thunder on Thursday night, you could get a good feel for how the game was going for Houston from the team's official Twitter feed alone.
In the first half, the Rockets exploded for 73 points looking to be on pace to win the game in dominating fashion, but in the second half Houston fell completely flat and only managed a measly 19 points, losing the game to the Thunder by a final score of 104-92.
At halftime, everything was well on the Rockets' official Twitter feed.
While the Al Pacino might not want to be associated with such a poor offensive basketball performance, it can't beat Kevin Durant's postgame interview where the Oklahoma City star seems taken aback when learning just how well his defense played to win the game.