HOUSTON, TX - APRIL 09: Luis Scola #14 of the Phoenix Suns drives past Greg Smith #4 of the Houston Rockets at the Toyota Center on April 9, 2013 in Houston, Texas.
You could see they were trying to get it over with the sooner the better ... They're a great team. I like the way they play.
We all know it was a rough year ... but I wish the year would have 100 games left so we could turn this around. The day we finish the year we can start thinking about next season and I'm looking forward to that.More quotes »
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