Why Luis Scola and Carl Landry are One of the Best PF Rotations in the NBA

November 21st, 2009 by Vikram Dimba Leave a reply »
The Rockets are fully amidst the playoff picture in the Western Conference, something many analysts, and so called "experts," claimed wouldn't be the case. People are still trying to find the answers to how the Rockets continue to win without both Tracy McGrady or Yao Ming.

The defense? That can't be it, the Rockets numbers are down across the board from previous seasons. So then the answer becomes consensus, the often overused cliche "the sum of all parts is greater than one individual." The Rockets win by teamwork, team rebounding, and everyone having each other's back.

Heart and desire for the ball are qualities you can't teach. The Rockets have those qualities and execute that game-plan better than any other team in the league. But no matter how much a team effort is involved, a team has a star player, and one whom a team can rely on consistently every game. And that's the power forward rotation Rocket fans have come to know as, "Scolandry."

We all know about Pau Gasol, and Lamar Odom, or Carlos Boozer and Paul Millsap, but what about Luis Scola and Carl Landry? Could they have a legitimate argument towards being one of the top power forwar ...

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