Whether you want to watch out-of-market games or are trying to keep tabs on your favorite fantasy stars, the Amazon Fire TV Stick (AKA Firestick) has some great options for catching every Houston Rockets NBA game this season.
Tired of being a bridesmaid in the Western Conference, the Houston Rockets unloaded vital parts of their supporting cast in exchange for all world point guard Chris Paul. The gamble seems to have paid off as the Rockets are on top of the Western Conference with James Harden seemingly enroute to his first MVP Award.
Unfortunately, Chris Paul has been as big a part of the Rockets season as Cliff Paul. Even more worrisome the team doesn’t seem to miss him, and his return could mitigate the pace and space attack expertly utilized by Harden and Coach Mike D’Antoni.
Every point guard thrives under Mike D’antoni, but it is becoming clear that James Harden can find a way to give every role player a career best season. Castoffs like Eric Gordon, Ryan Anderson and Trevor Ariza have rejuvenated their careers. Tough minded big men Clint Capela & PJ Tucker set the tone defensively, pick up easy buckets when Harden penetrates & ensure no one will cheap shot the eventual MVP.
This team can very well contend for a title upon Chris Paul’s return if he can take the demotion to role player and serve as Harden’s sidekick.
You can find the full, up to date Houston Rockets TV schedule here.
There's no doubt that the NBA is more popular than it has been in years, and part of the reason for this is that its now easier than ever to watch every NBA game with NBA League Pass on all devices, and including Fire TV.
Through the NBA for Fire TV app you can purchase a lower tier option of the NBA League Pass for a single team. This will let you watch every game all season long including the playoffs not if, but when your team makes it.
At $119, the NBA Single Team pass might be worth the money if you also have access to TNT, ABC, ESPN, or NBC. If you don't, or don't want to even have to worry whether you have them or not, you can get the All Teams package for just $80 more ($199).
Below are our picks for streaming Rockets games unofficially on the Fire Stick and Fire TV.