Brooklyn Nets vs. Houston Rockets game on Nov. 29 will start at 5 p.m. PT (8 p.m. ET). The (4-11) Nets will be visiting the (11-5) Rockets at the Toyota Center in Houston, Texas. Fans can watch the game online through live stream (details below).
Houston's James Harden has been sidelined with a sore foot for the last three winning games. Rockets is hitting 52.2 percent of its shots from the floor. Nine of their players have hit double digits.
On Wednesday, Garcia and Aaron Brooks had 21 each off the bench to power the Rockets to a 113-84 win over Atlanta on Wednesday.
The Rockets have beaten the Nets 13 times since a loss on March 13, 2006. They will attempt to reach the 14th time tonight.
While the Rockets players are achieving high shooting percentages, the Nets are struggling without their star players, including Brook Lopez (sore ankle) and Deron Williams (ankle injury).
Brooklyn lost 99-94 to the Lakers on Wednesday. They shot only 37.3 percent from the floor.
Meanwhile, Houston's guard Jeremy Lin will be out for two weeks after suffering a right knee sprang, according to team's official Twitter feed.
Nets vs. Rockets game will be televised locally on YES and Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSNH), and HD quality live stream can be accessed on mobile/TV/broadband through NBA League Pass, which gives access to over 40 live games a week.
Nets' radio broadcast stations are AM WFAN 660/FM 101.9, and online radio streaming can be accessed here.
Nets vs. Rockets live stream can also be accessed by clicking here (don't download anything, click on full screen).