The Houston Rockets have a whole new feel in 2016-17. For starters, the Rockets hired Mike D'Antoni to be their head coach, and he'll bring his up-tempo, high-scoring offensive philosophy to Houston. And he knows that this may be the...Show More Summary
After four years, it looks like Mike D'Antoni finally believes we can handle the truth.
According to former New York Knicks head coach Mike D'Antoni, not every member of the Knicks locker room was caught up in Linsanity during the 2011-12 season. On Tuesday's edition of Adrian Wojnarowski's Vertical Podcast, D'Antoni discussed...Show More Summary
Houston Rockets head coach Mike D'Antoni's wife, Laurel, was rescued by boat after being forced to leave her home in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, amid floods that devastated the area. Calvin Watkins of ESPN.com reported theShow More Summary
While it's unclear what Dwight Howard is thinking as he heads toward free agency, the Houston Rockets remain open to the former All-Star center returning. "He [coach Mike D'Antoni] would welcome him [Howard] back. We would welcome him...Show More Summary
James Harden approves of the Houston Rockets' decision to hire Mike D'Antoni as their new head coach. The Rockets' All-Star was a guest on teammate Jason Terry's new Sirius XM radio show on Wednesday, and he said he was "excited" about...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets formally introduced Mike D’Antoni as their new head coach Wednesday, and All-Star guard James Harden says he’s looking forward to working with him. OFFICIAL: #Rockets name Mike The post James Harden Excited to Play for Mike D’Antoni appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Houston Rockets have named Mike D’Antoni [dan-TONE-ee] as the 13th head coach in the history of the franchise. He is the fifth head coach since Leslie Alexander took over ownership in 1993. “We are thrilled to add a coach of Mike’s caliber and experience,” said Alexander. “Mike’s ingenuity laid the groundwork for what drives [...]
Of all of Mike D'Antoni's strengths, the Houston Rockets valued his experience above all else.
The Philadelphia 76ers are looking for a lead assistant on head coach Brett Brown’s staff after the Houston Rockets recently hired former assistant Mike D’Antoni to take over as their head coach. While it once appeared as though P.J....Show More Summary
Mike D'Antoni is headed to Houston to try his "Seven Seconds or Less" offense with James Harden, one of the NBA's most explosive offensive threats.
Mike D'Antoni occupies a complicated space in the NBA landscape, so his agreement to become the Houston Rockets' next head coach, as first reported by Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical, raises appropriately complicated issues. After...Show More Summary
A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press that the Houston Rockets have agreed to terms with Mike D'Antoni on a four-year deal to make him their new head coach.
The Rocktets got their man. Mike D’Antoni has been hired as the newest head coach in Houston, per multiple published reports. Rockets hope to improve defense with personnel, staffing, relying The post Houston Rockets Reportedly Hire Mike D’Antoni appeared first on SLAMonline.
If nothing else, the Houston Rockets offense will almost certainly be an entertaining watch come the 2016-17 season. Mike D’Antoni will join the Houston Rockets as their new head coach, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski, who also reports his deal with the Rockets is a four-year contract. D’Antoni served as associate coach of the Philadelphia 76ers […]
According to multiple reports, the Houston Rockets will hire Mike D’Antoni to be their new head coach. Read more...
Mike D'Antoni has taken a hard road back to being a head coach in the NBA but was rewarded for his recent stint as a Philadelphia 76ers assistant, as he will take over the head job for the Houston Rockets. Adrian Wojnarowski of The Vertical...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets hired Mike D’Antoni on Thursday and it was an awful decision.
D'Antoni will get another chance to recreate the success he had in Phoenix. The Rockets will hire Mike D'Antoni as their next head coach, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports. D'Antoni is expected to receive a four-year contract...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets are narrowing their search for a new head coach, and Mike D’Antoni has reportedly emerged as the frontrunner for the gig. Jeff Van Gundy and Kenny Smith The post Mike D’Antoni is Reportedly the Frontrunner for Rockets’ Coaching Job appeared first on SLAMonline.