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Amid backlash from the Houston Rockets fans, head coach Stephen Silas will stick to his frequent starting lineup as they face the Memphis Grizzlies on Monday.

After a heartbreaking loss to the Phoenix Suns on Sunday, Silas said there is a “possibility” for an adjustment within the starters. But now, Houston fans might need to wait plenty of time for this to happen.

As per Rockets reporter Jackson Gatlin, Silas wants to think for a while whether he will make changes.

An opening five of Kevin Porter Jr., Jalen Green, Jae’Sean Tate, Daniel Theis and Christian Wood frequently banner the Rockets’ downing campaign so far, only winning one out of their 13 games this season (1-12).

With the given lowly record, H-town are on a pace to go 6-76, which would replace the 2011 Charlotte Bobcats (7-59) as the worst NBA regular season team of all time.