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World of Warcraft: the fifth war, please put down the pride of self-esteem do not want to win it on the plane

 

According to the "Houston Chronicle" reported that a total score of 1-3 behind the Warriors have been pushed to the edge of the cliff rocket, rocket headed center Dwight - Howard made it clear that if you do not want to be eliminated in the first five games, the Rockets players must be present lay down on the self-esteem and pride.

Game 4 After the game, Howard believes is causing the rocket self-esteem and pride in the second half of the main reasons collapse. After a lapse of day, he still did not change their views.

"I think so." He said.

Game 4, Howard scored 14 points in the first half, but in the penalty area were very positive. But the second half, he can only get 5 points, did not score in the third quarter.

"On this issue, you should ask the right people." Howard said.


If Howard is not the "right" people, then he is clearly referring to the responsibility to give the ball to his players.

"We have to give the ball to him (Howard)." Rockets coach Bernie Bickerstaff said the agent, "We have to throw the ball inside. We have an advantage in the post, with the other teams in the competition, a place plagued us when we came from behind, I always feel that more should pass pointers and jumpers chase points instead handed the ball inside to fix the problem. "

"We have an advantage in the post, we should make use of that advantage."

Howard shot in the field often enough already commonplace topic. The regular season, he averaged 8.5 shots. Game 4 of this series, he shot nine times.

The field after the game, Howard had rhetoric Rockets would win Game 5, and then the series back to Houston. In addition, he also hoped that every one of his teammates with this mentality to Auckland.

"If you do not believe you can win, then stay in Houston." Howard warned his teammates, "Do not boarded (to Auckland) aircraft."