Kevin Martin was upset with the Houston Rockets’ loss to the Memphis Grizzlies, and he wasn’t exactly thrilled about how little he played either. Reports the Houston Chronicle: “With the Rockets stumbling long enough for the Memphis Grizzlies to build a 15-point lead before holding on late for a 93-83 victory Tuesday night, Martin finished the worst road trip of his career with the first scoreless game of his eight NBA seasons. He took just three shots, missed them all and played just seven second-half minutes. ‘Sometimes, it’s nothing about the number of shots,’ Martin said. ‘It seems like a lot of things have changed in the past two weeks. If we’re winning and I’m sitting, I’m happy. Tonight, we got beat, and I’m on a 10-day-contract leash. I’m not happy about that, just because we lost. If we’re winning, I’ll sit over there for 48 minutes.’”