Do you remember the spit spat that happened between Chris Paul and Rojan Rondo?
Let me remind you of the punches and blows that were thrown that day:
Paul and Rondo will be playing for the first time after that fight last year. In an interview given to the reporters, Chris Paul said that he does not care about the fight anymore and has moved on. He will be focussed on the work in hand tonight.
Check out the tweet below by Tim MacMohan of ESPN:
Lebron and lakers are in big trouble as they have dropped to 10th place in the West. They lost to the Hawks in their last game in the presence of LeBron James which was very disappointing to watch.
After a relaxing weekend at the All-Stars, players will be all rejuvenated and ready to go. Kyle Kuzma will be full of confidence coming out of an impressive All-Stars, winning the rising stars MVP award. Also, Lebron James is fully recovered now and will be willing to take the full charge tonight.
Lakers need to win matches consistently if they want to make it to the playoffs. However, the test tonight will be very tough against the in-form Houston Rockets.
The Rockets have been hot lately but lost to the Timberwolves in their last game. They will be itching to bounce back with a win tonight.
For Rockets, James Harden has been producing massive numbers game after game. He has singlehandedly carried them on his shoulders for most of the season. However, Chris Paul and Clint Capela are expected to be back tonight to support him. Rockets will play with full strength tonight and will be willing to crush Lakers at the Staples Center.
The Rockets are fifth in the West and will be willing to climb higher and rechallenge the Golden State Warriors.