For this edition of Houston YouTube History, I dived into the Houston Rockets' YouTube stamp. There are tons of random clips of games, which are pretty recent, but those are boring rips from cable TV. I wanted weird stuff that you may have forgotten about.
Not that you would have forgotten their first championship in 1994. Or the one that next summer.
But I would like to know what brought a team of monkeys into the Summit's control room. Was there a strike or something in the broadcasting union?
And of course, I miss me some NBA Jam on Super Nintendo.
Too many fucking puns.
We get it, they are both Texas teams.
We've all been there.
I wanna feel this feel again.
Shaq Attaq meets the Dream, with imitation meat products.
Sweet dreams and flying machines in pieces on the ground.
I couldn't do one of these without Mattress Mac, obviously.
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