[Introduction] News on March 20, Today, the Rockets will hold a celebration to commemorate the 20th anniversary of winning the championship while playing against the Nuggets.
The team’s former celebrities were invited to participate one after another, and the atmosphere was very enthusiastic before the game.
Harden, who is the trump card of Hugh City, can’t help feeling deeply about this, expressing the hope that he can also replicate the great achievements of his predecessors.
The rocket official released an old photo
The Rockets officials tweeted and posted such an old photo. The team’s former heroes were lined up in two rows, and two championship trophies were placed in front of them.
In 1994 and 1995, the Rockets won consecutive championships, creating the most glorious moment in team history.
“20 years, it seems like yesterday.” The Rockets official tweeted with emotion.
And in the photos, there are many famous celebrities in the past, but now they are gone.
As the banner figure of the team, Olajuwon will naturally come to support him.
And greeted Otis Thorpe, Mario Elie and other old teammates one by one.
When talking about the current rocket, Dameng spoke highly of it.
“This team has the ability to win the championship, of course it will not be easy.”
As the 11th overall pick in the first round in 1992, Horry was a native of the Rockets, and followed the team to win two championships.
After leaving the Rockets, Horry has won 5 championships and has 7 rings in his hands.
When asked how he feels about winning the championship, Horry said this.
“Even though I have seven championship rings, the second (1995) ring is undoubtedly the most special for me.”
Past celebrities and legends gathered together. In addition to the past celebrities, Tomjanovich, who led the team to win the championship, and even the team’s on-site commentator 20 years ago were present one by one.
Witnessing such a grand scene, Harden was deeply moved.
“Guys, we also have to try to accomplish something special, just like our predecessors did.”
The Rockets currently have a record of 45 wins and 22 losses, temporarily ranking third in the Western Conference.