The Rockets are a championship or bust organization – Dominique Foxworth | First Take

Chiney Ogwumike and Dominque Foxworth discuss Houston Rockets dynamic duo, Russell Westbrook and James Harden. Chiney adds that the Rockets need to improve defensively in order to be successful.
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  1. Well, it could go either way. If they make them threes and Harden and Westbrook duo is working out, it's all good. Could win the championship, it's good that GS is outta the way, but LAL and the Clippers are coming for the title too. It's not the players under-achieving, it's sometimes the coach's gameplan. If the 3-ball isn't dropping, adjust. Take some lay-ups, penetrate the paint, kick it out and make corner or wing 3's that way so they can get the other guys going. Then go back at the three when the team is playing absolutely great.

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