NBA Twitter reacts to Eric Gordon’s harsh critique of Rockets

NBA Twitter reacts to Eric Gordon’s harsh critique of Rockets

The young, rebuilding Houston Rockets have finished with the NBA’s worst record in each of the past two seasons, and they enter 2023 with eight losses in their last nine games and tied for the fewest wins (10). of all teams in the league in 2022. -23 campaign.

It’s a tough situation for one of the team’s only veterans, Eric Gordon, who turned 34 a week ago and could certainly offer value to a team looking to make the 2023 playoffs. .

While Gordon is clearly a candidate to be traded before this season’s Feb. 9 trade deadline, he enters 2023 still on Houston’s roster. And after Saturday’s lifeless New Year’s Eve loss to the visiting New York Knicks, some frustrations seemed to boil over after the game.

“There is no improvement,” Gordon said when asked if the team had improved on their weaknesses since the start of the season last October.

“The same old thing all year round,” Gordon explained. We have a small margin of error. … It’s a lot of things. It’s a state of mind. You have to play for each other. Do what’s right for your teammates. If you do that, it would be more fun. You give yourself a better chance of winning.

To say the least, this stark assessment raised the eyebrows of many league watchers. Here is an overview of some of the responses.

I knew something was wrong watching him play in Dallas the other day. It was when I posted that tweet that someone released it. You could tell the joy was gone as he played, just doing the move.

— Landon Thomas (@sixfivelando) January 1, 2023

This is what you have to deal with when you go into full “tank” mode. Rockets have all this perceived “talent”. And yet, they still have a long way to go.

Mainly, you have to be lucky in some ways when drafting high. Rockets still doesn’t have a franchise star. It takes time.

— JD SportsTalk (@JDSportsTalkNY) January 1, 2023

I mean, statistically, players improve individually. But the team is not.

I think we can find the common denominator here.

— Michael (Rockets Optimist) (@DrewsNBA) January 1, 2023

I understand the frustration of this young man. Truth be told, he should have been traded by now.

This is the last guaranteed year on his contract although

— Anthony Duckett (@a_duckett) January 1, 2023

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