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2 Trade Packages To Send Rockets’ Eric Gordon To Lakers

The Houston Rockets have had the worst record in the NBA for two consecutive seasons. Still, there are reasons to be optimistic about this club. Jalen Green emerged as a potential superstar during his rookie campaign. Alperen Sengun and Kevin Porter Jr retain star upside as well. The Rockets will be ready to win games on a consistent basis again eventually.
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Cleveland Schools CEO Eric Gordon is that rare leader who cares about all our children

Columnist Justice B. Hill wants Cleveland Metropolitan School District CEO Eric Gordon replaced (”Eric Gordon’s been in charge since 2011 — that’s long enough,” April 22). I’m a CMSD graduate and former teacher. Before Mr. Gordon, I watched 12 CEO/superintendents in 20 years stream through CMSD. Having spent time training teachers in Cleveland, I’ve seen some of those leaders hide behind doors and accept the position for personal gain.
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Rockets 2021-2022 season in review: Eric Gordon

The most significant attribute for Eric Gordon when he joined the Houston Rockets in 2016 was to be a spark plug off the bench. It was a role he played for his first four seasons. Gordon averaged 16.5 points on 40.8 percent shooting from the field and played a vital role in helping the Rockets become contenders in the Western Conference.
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Houston Rockets Season Review: Eric Gordon

Eric Gordon is the final holdover from the Houston Rockets’ recent glory days. After signing with the franchise in the summer of 2016, Gordon quickly established himself as a key contributor to some of the best Rockets teams in history and rewarded their faith by winning the 2016-17 Sixth Man of the Year in his first season. Over his first four seasons in Houston, he proved to be one of the best high-volume 3-point shooters in the league as the franchise won 68.2% of their games.
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This Rockets-Suns Trade Lands Eric Gordon To Phoenix

The Houston Rockets have had a firesale over the years and are looking to load up on younger players through the NBA Draft. Some of the Rockets’ veterans remain on the roster ahead of the offseason. Among the names that have stuck around is Eric Gordon. During his time in Houston, he has played in many big games and has solidified himself as an elite three-point shooter.
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Rockets' Eric Gordon: Ruled out for season

Gordon (groin/rest) has been ruled out for the rest of the season, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. Gordon was slated to miss his third straight game Wednesday -- one due to rest and the following two due to a groin issue -- and an update like this appeared imminent with only two weeks remaining in the regular season. The 33-year-old finished the campaign averaging 13.4 points, 2.7 assists and 2.0 rebounds in 29.3 minutes across 57 appearances. Houston also ruled out fellow veterans Dennis Schroder (shoulder) and Christian Wood (hamstring) for the season as well. In their absences, the Rockets' youthful reserves -- led by Alperen Sengun (leg), Garrison Mathews and Josh Christopher -- will likely all get plenty of looks during the remainder of the season.
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Rockets' Eric Gordon: Out again Wednesday

Gordon (groin) has been ruled out for Wednesday's game against the Kings, Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle reports. Gordon will miss a third straight game. In his absence, Garrison Mathews will likely draw another start.
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Rockets' Eric Gordon: Questionable for Monday

Gordon is questionable for Monday's contest against the Spurs due to right groin soreness. Gordon sat out Saturday's win over Portland due to rest purposes, but the veteran is now dealing with a groin injury. If he's sidelined again, Garrison Mathews figures to be the primary beneficiary.
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Rockets' Eric Gordon: Ruled out

Gordon (groin) will not play Monday against the Spurs, Jackson Gatlin of Locked On Rockets reports. In the midst of another late-season tank, the Rockets will hold Gordon, Dennis Schroder (shoulder) and Christian Wood (hamstring) out of action Monday. All three players could essentially be considered questionable on a game-by-game basis through the end of the regular season.
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