“We have to be better connected, defensive like offensive. Doing Phoenix and all the other good teams, including Utah: move the ball, defensively stand for each other. “Thus said Dennis Schröder after his debut at the Houston Rockets. But in a team like the Suns and Jazz him addressed by him, Dennis Schröder is not.
At his debut for the Rockets Schröder conceded a 101: 135 clatter. The Rockets lost for the ninth time in the past ten games, eight with double-digit difference, and continue to form the bottom of the Western Conference.
Schröder went from the bank to the game. With him on the parquet, the residue Houstons grew rapidly from ten to 20 counter difference at the beginning of the second quarter. In the end, the Point Guard ran up for 18 minutes and came to four, three rebounds and five assists.
On Schröder’s role, Rockets coach Stephen Silas said that his newcomer “probably get so many minutes, maybe something more”. With Kevin Porter Jr., Jalen Green and Josh Christopher, the Rockets have three maximum 21-year-old Guards in the squad, which also act as Ballhandler.