In an 11-31 season, the focus starts to go away from individual games and performances, and it switches to the organization's future. The Houston Rockets are in the midst of another bad stretch of basketball, only winning one out of their last nine games.
Even with the bad play and losses piling up, you can always find helpful information in the numbers. Specifically, five-person lineup statistics tell you the best and worst combination of lineups a team puts on the floor each night. Unfortunately, the Rockets, with all of their injuries, haven't had a considerable sample size when it comes to lineups, especially with their number two overall draft pick Jalen Green missing a big part of the season.