HOUSTON – The first half of the NBA season has been one to remember for the Houston Rockets. It has been chock-full of buzzer beaters and jaw-dropping, last-second wins, and who can forget James Harden's 60-point triple double?
What has been your favorite play so far? The Rockets want to hear from you. Voting could win you four luxury suite tickets to the game on March 25.
The Rockets are asking fans to choose from these plays:
1. Eric Gordon, Philadelphia 76ers, on Oct. 25
Gordon helped the Rockets steal this away game with a buzzer-beater. He sank a three-pointer at the last second, part of nine unanswered points for the Rockets in the final three minutes.
2. James Harden, Orlando Magic, on Jan. 30
This is the game everyone is still talking about. Harden got the first 60-point triple double in NBA history. It put the short-handed Rockets over the edge, giving them the 114-107 win over the Orlando Magic. This particular play, a three-pointer, came with just 45 seconds on the clock.
3. Ryan Anderson, New Orleans Pelicans, on Jan. 26
It's a satisfying feeling when you can dunk on an opposing player at their house. That's exactly what Ryan Anderson did in New Orleans against the Pelicans on Jan. 26.
4. Gerald Green, Chicago Bulls, on Jan. 8
Gerald Green had himself a hot streak in the first half of the season. When the Rockets faced the Bulls on this night, he had 22 points off the bench. In this play, he drove to the basket with ferocity and slammed it in for two.
5. James Harden, Golden State Warriors, on Jan. 20
What's better than beating Golden State? How about your top guy shooting a crucial three-pointer over their top guy. Harden gave Steph Curry something to remember with a sick step-back three with just over a minute to go in the fourth quarter.
6. Clint Capela, Cleveland Cavaliers, on Jan. 8
Capela dunks over LeBron James. Enough said.
7. Chris Paul, Portland Trail Blazers, on Jan. 10
Paul scored 37 against the Trail Blazers on this night. Two of those points came with this shake-and-bake play to the basket.
You can vote for your favorite play here.