Houston Rockets: 20-1

The Spurs used last year to show us how motivating a bitter defeat could be; they plowed through the league to win their fifth ring, avenging the catastrophic loss to the Heat at 2013.
On a smaller scale, possibly that same narrative will perform to the Houston Rockets, who bowed out of the postseason from a Blazers club few expected would provide immunity.
The Rockets will hope to do more this year. They’ll have less to work with than they did a year ago. Jeremy Lin and Omer Asik are elsewhere, thinning a rotation that didn’t have much depth to shed. And, needless to say, his Texas address has been changed by Parsons.
James Harden and Dwight Howard remain, and they will be tested more rigorously than ever before.
If Trevor Ariza averts the post-contract letdown so many expect and if Terrence Jones takes another step forward, Houston might be more harmful than it was a year ago.
However, when measured against Dallas and Golden State, whose title chances are exactly the same as Houston’s–and whose rosters enhanced after decidedly more impressive playoff runs last year–the Rockets seem like the group likely to deliver on those 20-1 odds.

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