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Rockets center Dwight Howard doubles up Warriors in losing effort
by Brandon Wise | CBSSports.com

Rockets center Dwight Howard scored 14 points on 6 of 10 shooting from the field and pulled down 14 rebounds in Houston's 115-80 loss to the Warriors on Saturday.

It was Howard's 11th double-double in the playoffs this season and fifth in his last six games. Howard is averaging 16.4 points and 14 rebounds per game in the postseason. He and the Rockets will look to stave off elimination on Monday in Houston.

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Rockets C Dwight Howard (knee) starting in Game 3
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

Rockets forward Dwight Howard is listed as a starter for Saturday's Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. Howard was able to play in Game 2 on Thursday, but was listed as probable due to a nagging knee injury heading into action on Saturday.

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Rockets' Dwight Howard's knee improving
by Shawn Krest | CBSSports.com

Rockets center Dwight Howard said that his injured knee feels better than it did prior to Game 2, per the San Francisco Chronicle.

Howard had 19 points and 17 rebounds in 40 minutes in Game 2. He said on Saturday, "I don't even want to think of it as an injury."

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Rockets C Dwight Howard probable for Game 3
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Rockets center Dwight Howard has been upgraded to probable for Game 3 of the Western Conference finals Saturday in Houston.

That designation indicates that Howard, who has been hampered by a knee problem, came through Game 2 without a setback.

Howard certainly improved his performance Thursday, racking up 19 points and 17 rebounds in 40 minutes against Golden State. He managed just seven points and 13 boards in 26 minutes in the series opener.

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Rockets clear Dwight Howard (knee) to play in Game 2
by Sean d'Oliveira | CBSSports.com

Rockets center Dwight Howard will be able to play in Thursday's Game 2 matchup at Golden State, the team announced.

"I wanted to play, and you have to have some part of you that feels that you can contribute no matter what shape you're in," Howard said.

Howard was considered a game-time decision Thursday with a left knee bruise, which he sustained in Game 1. Howard was wearing a brace on the knee while warming up prior to the game.

The Rockets are 10-point underdogs at Golden State on Thursday.

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