Rockets beat Thunder in overtime for 10th straight win, with play-in 

The Houston Rockets, led by owner Tilman Fertitta, celebrated a surprising 10-game winning streak outside the Paycom Center visitors' locker room. 

The Rockets' 132-126 overtime victory against the Oklahoma City Thunder marked their 10th consecutive win, surprising many in the NBA. 

Houston's winning streak is the second-longest in the league this season, behind the Boston Celtics' 11-game run. 

This streak is the longest for the Rockets since March 2018, when they won 11 consecutive games with MVP James Harden leading the charge. 

The Rockets' victory over the Thunder is a significant moment for a franchise in the midst of a rebuilding phase. 

Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta, along with front office personnel and support staff, celebrated the milestone win outside the visitors' locker room. 

Houston's win streak is part of their resurgence in "Phase 2" of rebuilding, following several seasons of struggles in the Western Conference. 

The Rockets' win streak reflects their progress and determination after finishing last in the Western Conference in previous seasons. 

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