The 1998–99 NBA season was the Rockets' 32nd season in the NBA, and 28th season in Houston. To replace the retiring Clyde Drexler, the Rockets acquired Scottie Pippen from the Chicago Bulls during the offseason. After a four-month lockout, Pippen had a solid season averaging 14.5 points per game as the Rockets finished third in the Midwest Division with a 31–19 record. Second round draft pick Cuttino Mobley made the All-Rookie Second Team. In the playoffs, the Rockets lost 3–1 in the first round to the Los Angeles Lakers. Pippen spent only one season with the Rockets, and was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers before the following season. Also following the season, Michael Dickerson and Othella Harrington were both traded to the Vancouver Grizzlies, and Eddie Johnson retired.

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  • La stagione 1998-99 degli Houston Rockets fu la 32ª nella NBA per la squadra del Texas. Gli Houston Rockets arrivarono terzi nella Midwest Division della Western Conference con un record di 31-19. Nei play-off persero al primo turno per 3-1 con i Los Angeles Lakers. (it)
  • The 1998–99 NBA season was the Rockets' 32nd season in the NBA, and 28th season in Houston. To replace the retiring Clyde Drexler, the Rockets acquired Scottie Pippen from the Chicago Bulls during the offseason. After a four-month lockout, Pippen had a solid season averaging 14.5 points per game as the Rockets finished third in the Midwest Division with a 31–19 record. Second round draft pick Cuttino Mobley made the All-Rookie Second Team. In the playoffs, the Rockets lost 3–1 in the first round to the Los Angeles Lakers. Pippen spent only one season with the Rockets, and was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers before the following season. Also following the season, Michael Dickerson and Othella Harrington were both traded to the Vancouver Grizzlies, and Eddie Johnson retired. (en)
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  • La stagione 1998-99 degli Houston Rockets fu la 32ª nella NBA per la squadra del Texas. Gli Houston Rockets arrivarono terzi nella Midwest Division della Western Conference con un record di 31-19. Nei play-off persero al primo turno per 3-1 con i Los Angeles Lakers. (it)
  • The 1998–99 NBA season was the Rockets' 32nd season in the NBA, and 28th season in Houston. To replace the retiring Clyde Drexler, the Rockets acquired Scottie Pippen from the Chicago Bulls during the offseason. After a four-month lockout, Pippen had a solid season averaging 14.5 points per game as the Rockets finished third in the Midwest Division with a 31–19 record. Second round draft pick Cuttino Mobley made the All-Rookie Second Team. In the playoffs, the Rockets lost 3–1 in the first round to the Los Angeles Lakers. Pippen spent only one season with the Rockets, and was traded to the Portland Trail Blazers before the following season. Also following the season, Michael Dickerson and Othella Harrington were both traded to the Vancouver Grizzlies, and Eddie Johnson retired. (en)
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