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Houston Rockets - Franchise History - 1987-2000: The Hakeem Olajuwon Era
... In the next five seasons, the Rockets were either eliminated in the first round of the playoffs or from playoff contention, despite Don Chaney replacing Fitch as head coach ... Coach of the Year for the 1990–91 season, but the Rockets were once again eliminated in the first round of the playoffs, 3–0 to the Lakers ... Nevertheless, the Rockets began to rebuild their nucleus that would later make an impact in the years to come, with players such as Kenny Smith, Vernon Maxwell ...
Jazz–Rockets Rivalry - History - 1994 NBA Playoffs, Western Conference Finals
... Kenny Smith, Vernon Maxwell, Robert Horry, Mario Elie, and Sam Cassell, the Rockets proved to be a force in the Western Conference ... They won the Midwest Division Title with a record of 58-24 ... three games to one, but had trouble with Charles Barkley's Suns, who won the first two games in Houston ...
Blake Comeau - Playing Career - Junior
... Western Hockey League (WHL) for the Kelowna Rockets ... games as a 15-year-old, Comeau joined the Rockets full time in 2002–03 where he scored 23 points in 56 games ... He appeared in 19 playoff games as the Rockets won the President's Cup ...

Famous quotes containing the words won and/or rockets:

    The United States never lost a war or won a conference.
    Will Rogers (1879–1935)

    The Thirties dreamed white marble and slipstream chrome, immortal crystal and burnished bronze, but the rockets on the Gernsback pulps had fallen on London in the dead of night, screaming. After the war, everyone had a car—no wings for it—and the promised superhighway to drive it down, so that the sky itself darkened, and the fumes ate the marble and pitted the miracle crystal.
    William Gibson (b. 1948)