With James Harden hurting, Rockets ride Ryan Anderson and Eric Gordon

Authentic Ben Zobrist Jersey The Houston Rockets received a scare less than two minutes into their Tuesday night game with the Sacramento Kings. Star James Harden landed awkwardly after bumping knees with a Kings defender while throwing a lob pass to Clint Capela. It was clear Harden wasn’t himself, and after the Kings made a basket on the other end, he laid down along the baseline.

Harden didn’t leave the game, proving once again how tough he is, having missed just one game the past three seasons with the Rockets — that was due to a suspension.

But with Harden less than 100 percent, he deferred to his teammates, and things worked for the Rockets in a 105-83 victory.

Harden finished with 10 points, 7 rebounds and 8 assists before leaving with five minutes left in the game and no further health issues.

You could point to two mottos that stuck with the Patriots this season: Through the playoffs it was “One More,” and throughout the season was the common refrain of “Do Your Job.”
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No season had a feel of the Patriots’ motto of “Do Your Job” more than this season in which the team managed to prevail after obstacles from Brady’s suspension to losing star tight end Rob Gronkowski to injury. What has stood out along the way is the stronger-than-the-norm emotion from Brady (“Let’s gooooooo!!!!” he would often scream before games), with Brady embracing the Super Bowl moment as much as ever before.

Now that they’ve achieved their goals and won Super Bowl LI, here’s the bottom line: This one means more.

Tomlinson’s induction shed a glimmer of light on a dark year for San Diego fans. The city lost its team to Los Angeles but gained a Hall of Famer.

“Those fans there inspired me to run harder, to dig deeper in times when I was tired in the fourth quarter and didn’t think I had anything left,” Tomlinson said.