Houston Rockets' longest winning streaks

From NBA.com Staff

Mar 4, 2018 12:14 AM ET

The Rockets are 34-1 when James Harden, Chris Paul and Clint Capela all play in the same game.

With a 110-99 victory in Milwaukee on Wednesday night, the Houston Rockets won their 17th consecutive game, passing the Boston Celtics for the longest winning streak this season.

James Harden led the way with 26 points. He's averaging 30.1 during the streak, while Houston is outscoring opponents by an average of 12.4 points.

The Rockets, who haven't lost since Jan. 26 at New Orleans, go for their 18th win in a row tonight in Toronto against the Eastern Conference-leading Raptors

Here's a look at the longest winning streaks in Rockets history:

22 games

2007-08 (Jan. 29 - March 18)

Finished 55-27, lost in first round of playoffs

The third-longest win streak in NBA history included 10 victories after Yao Ming was lost for the season.

 

17 games

2017-18 (Jan. 28 - Mar. 9)

Twice a runner-up for Kia MVP, James Harden is averaging 30.9 points, 8.9 assists and 5.2 rebounds.

 

15 games

1993-94 (Nov. 5 - Dec. 21)

Finished 58-24, won NBA Finals

In Hakeem Olajuwon's MVP season, the Rockets opened 15-0 and won the first of their back-to-back titles.

 

15 games

1992-93 (Feb. 13 -  March 16)

Finished 55-27, lost in Western Conference semifinals

Vernon Maxwell and the Rockets won 40 of their final 51 to earn the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference.

 


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