The Houston Rockets received some positive news on Monday with the return of starting power forward Terrence Jones to practice. Jones missed the previous five games with a laceration of his right eyelid. Without him, the Rockets went 4-1, rebounding from a 0-3 start to move to within a half-game of San Antonio for first place in the Southwest. In doing so, coach Kevin McHale went from a big lineup to a smaller one which has produced this surge.
“We’ll see how everything works out the next couple of days,” McHale said regarding the possible return of Jones to the starting lineup.
Source: Calvin Watkins of ESPN
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