This wild theory could explain Rockets' post-Harden success
Originally coined by Bill Simmons, the Ewing Theory is the phenomenon that a sports team will sometimes performer better in the absence of their franchise player. This week, we examine how this applies to the Houston Rockets following the trade of James Harden. Are John Wall, Victor Oladipo, and Christian Wood's performances since Harden's departure proof that the Rockets are better? Be sure to watch the video to find out.
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