This was despair with a capital D.
Coach Stephen Silas’ anguish after his Houston Rockets misplaced their twentieth straight recreation on Sunday was palpable. (Watch the clip under.)
Requested if the “weight of the losses” was constructing, the coach, carrying a face masks, exhaled and rubbed his forehead. After a number of painful seconds of silence, he muttered faintly, “yeah.”
The Rockets’ 114-112 defeat to Oklahoma Metropolis put them inside eight consecutive losses of the NBA file, held by the Philadelphia 76ers spanning the 2014-15 and 2015-16 seasons.
Silas, a rookie head coach within the NBA, might have loads of excuses for Houston’s fall. The Rockets traded sad famous person James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets in January after dealing away one other star, Russell Westbrook, earlier than the season.
However that most likely isn’t making Silas really feel any higher.
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