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Rockets: False narrative emerges regarding Christian Wood, Rockets

It’s no secret that the Houston Rockets have consistently received their fair share of criticism from the national media, as Rockets fans can attest to the fact that this has taken place for years. At times it seems that the media has sought out ways and reasons to throw jabs at the franchise, even when the claims are meritless and baseless.
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Rockets 2021 player recaps: Christian Wood

It’s safe to say Christian Wood’s first season with the Rockets was the best one of his six-year career. The big man averaged a career-high 21 points per game to go with 9.6 rebounds per game, also a career-high. It’s definitely safe to say he played better than the value of his contract, a three-year deal worth $41 million.
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3 reasons why the Houston Rockets shouldn’t trade Christian Wood

The Houston Rockets 2020-21 season, to say the least, was a weird, trying, and at times disastrous season for the franchise. As I have discussed several times when you are one of, if not the worst team in the league, there are usually not many positives you can take from a season like this.

Christian Wood (ankle) expected to miss Rockets' final two games

Houston Rockets forward/center Christian Wood (ankle) is expected to miss the final two games of the regular season. Wood, Kevin Porter Jr. (ankle), and Danuel House (ankle) are all expected to remain out for Houston's final games of the regular season. The Rockets are 8.0-point underdogs against the Los Angeles...

Christian Wood (ankle) remains out for Houston Wednesday

Houston Rockets forward/center Christian Wood will not play Wednesday in the team's game against the Los Angeles Lakers. Wood will miss a sixth straight game due to the ankle injury. Look for Kenyon Martin Jr. to get another start down low alongside Kelly Olynyk. Danuel House and Kevin Porter Jr. will also sit again.
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Why Christian Wood holds the key to the Rockets’ offseason moves

Rafael Stone and the Houston Rockets had a offseason filled with change in 2020, as Stone was brought in to replace Daryl Morey and was tasked with finding a new coach to replace Mike D’Antoni. As if this wasn’t enough, Stone also had to manage the trade requests of both of the Rockets’ superstars Russell Westbrook and James Harden, who were both subsequently dealt.

Christian Wood (ankle) ruled out Monday for Rockets

The Houston Rockets have ruled out Christian Wood (ankle) for Monday's game against the Portland Trail Blazers. Wood will now have missed four games with this ankle injury, but does appear to be nearing a return (although the Rockets may just shut him down for the year in a lost season).

Christian Wood Ruled Out Wednesday

Cayleigh Griffin reports Christian Wood will sit out of Wednesday’s matchup between the Houston Rockets and Philadelphia 76ers due to an ankle injury. Wood last played in the Rockets 122-97 loss to the New York Knicks on May 2, scoring 19 points, eight rebounds and three assists in 35 minutes. This season, his first with the team, Wood has averaged 32 minutes, scoring 21 points, 10 rebounds and two assists per game, starting in 41 games.

Kenyon Martin Jr. starting for Rockets Wednesday in place of injured Christian Wood

Houston Rockets forward Kenyon Martin Jr. will start Wednesday in the team's game against the Philadelphia 76ers. Martin has been coming off the bench as of late, but that's changing on Wednesday. Christian Wood is sitting due to an ankle injury, and as a result, a spot has been vacated in the starting five. That role will go to Martin against Joel Embiid and Co.

Yahoo Cheat Sheet: NBA Main Slate Picks for Daily Fantasy Basketball Lineups with Christian Wood | 5/5/21

Yahoo’s NBA DFS main slate offers us nine games to select from tonight. The Kings are shaping up as a top team to stack in daily fantasy basketball lineups on Yahoo as they take on the Pacers. If you’re building based on betting lines, the Bucks vs. Wizards game offers us the highest over/under total on the slate. The following FREE NBA DFS picks for Yahoo fantasy basketball are based directly on Awesemo’s industry-leading premium projections for Wednesday, May 5. Early on, the Yahoo cheat sheet looks at some great options like Christian Wood, plus some excellent NBA daily fantasy value plays.

Houston's Christian Wood (ankle, quad) could miss 2-3 games

Houston Rockets forward/center Christian Wood (ankle, quad) told reporters that he's "not sure he'll be able to play the next couple of games" after Sunday's loss to the New York Knicks. What It Means:. The Rockets' season is pretty much over, so it would make sense to see them start...

Christian Wood (Let’s Scout The Rockets)

By a strange (and painful) chain of events Clint Capela turned into Robert Covington who turned into Christian Wood and some picks. The Rockets actually signed Wood in the off-season to be their starting big. He’s only 25, so if we can scout 25 year old JaeSean Tate, then we can scout NBA kinda veteran Christian Wood.

Christian Wood scores 31 points, hands out four assists in win over Bucks

Christian Wood scored 31 points (10-21 FG, 6-10 3PT, 5-6 FT) with nine rebounds, four assists, a steal, a block, and three turnovers across 39 minutes during Thursday's 143-136 win over the Milwaukee Bucks. Fantasy Impact:. Wood has been the most consistent player on both ends of the court throughout...

Christian Wood (ankle) starting for Houston Tuesday; D.J. Wilson back to bench

Houston Rockets forward/center Christian Wood is in the lineup Tuesday in the team's game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Wood was expected to return from his ankle injury, and he is in fact doing that on Tuesday night. He'll also return to a starting role, sending D.J. Wilson back to a bench spot.

Christian Wood Won’t Suit Up for Rockets vs. Nuggets

The Houston Rockets will not have Christian Wood available when they meet the Denver Nuggets on Saturday night. In fact, they will barely have a team large enough to take the floor. After Friday’s loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, Wood mentioned that he didn’t think he could play,...