A new era in Houston begins in 2013 as seven-time all-star center Dwight Howard joins the Rockets. Get your Toyota Center parking now as the Rockets steady ascension toward contender status is complete. Returning to the glory days of the 90’s has been a long time coming for Rockets fans, not it appears the time is here.
The Rockets haven’t made a whole lot of noise in the NBA playoffs since their back-to-back championships in the early 90’s with Hall of Fame center Hakeem Olajuwon. A four-year playoff dry spell from 1999 to 2003, however, put those Finals wins in ‘94 and ‘95 in the rear-view mirror, making postseason Rockets parking was nonexistent.
Houston regained some friskiness a few years later, spearheaded by international superstar Yao Ming. Ming was a player the league had never seen before, a 7’6” center with a polished offensive skill set. The Rockets returned to the top of the Western Conference, winning 50-plus games three seasons in a row beginning in 2006. But despite a more competitive squad, Houston won just one playoff series in that three-year span, never putting together that deep run fans were looking for.
Now the next great center has arrived, and basketball pundits are once again pointing to the Rockets as championship threats. Along with his seven all-star game selections, the former No. 1 pick Howard has five All-NBA First Team showings and three defensive player of the year awards.
Houston Rockets parking can be secured on ParkWhiz, with an allotment of close and cheap lots to choose from. Fans pining for that quality basketball in Houston may now have it. Once they’ve locked in their seats and Toyota Center parking, they’re set.