The Rockets honored the victims and survivors of the Santa Fe High School shooting at last night's NBA playoff game against the Golden State Warriors in Houston. A moment of silence was held and the Rockets wore special patches on their jerseys that read "Santa Fe HS." The school's choir sang the national anthem before the game. More than 300 Santa Fe High seniors were provided tickets and first responders were also on hand. Eight students and two teachers died in the mass shooting last week. The Rockets won the game 98-94 to take a 3-2 lead in the best-of-seven West Finals.