ROCKETS IN 60 SECONDS: 'Heartbroken to the fullest' Players emotional after Game 7 loss

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Here are the top Rockets stories to know in 60 seconds. (KTRK)

The Houston Rockets will now turn their attention to the off-season and what they can do to improve after falling one game short of the NBA finals.

The Rockets lost to the Golden State Warriors 101-92 in Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals.

At one point, they missed a record-setting 27 straight three-pointers.

After the game, some of the players spoke to the media and said they were devastated.

"Heartbroken to the fullest. I know I dreamed about this moment. I feel like I failed myself, failed the city. I don't know what to say," said Gerald Green.

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There's one word to describe the Rockets Game 7 loss to the Warriors: Heartbreaking.



"It sucks because you know you could win this series if we had just one more playmaker. Chris (Paul), if he was out there, we would have been playing on Thursday," Eric Gordon added.

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Eric Gordon talks about missing Chris Paul on the court during the Rockets loss.



Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Yao Ming tweeted messages of support.


Fans are also standing by the team, saying they look forward to next season.

"I'm sad, I'm so sad the season is over. The Texans are coming. Our Astros did it. But man, next year. CP3, we need to get you healthy. I need you to get healthy. We can do this. We got to come through next year. We got it," one Houston Rockets fan said outside Toyota Center on Monday.

COACH MIKE D'ANTONI
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Chris Paul is "probably more devastated than anybody," Houston Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni says about the team's 101-92 loss to the Warriors in Game 7.

TREVOR ARIZA
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"It hurts right now," Trevor Ariza says after the Rockets' Game 7 loss to the Warriors.

JAMES HARDEN
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"We had opportunities" in the first half, James Harden says.

ROCKETS FANS REACT
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Houston Rockets fans were electrified in the first half of Game 7, but ended up leaving Toyota Center heartbroken.

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