Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni does not want the rest of the NBA to keep reading. Turn the page. Click elsewhere. Nothing to see here. But he would welcome everyone else to continue, because D'Antoni had been asked about one of his new favorite subjects. Luc Mbah a Moute had hurt the Atlanta Hawks for 20 points off the Rockets' bench, the most he had scored since December 2012. But D'Antoni's was not a new affection. Mbah a Moute turned heads in training camp, moved into a larger role with Chris Paul out and brought more than D'Antoni had anticipated through the first 10 games of the season. A minimum contract As D'Antoni considered that the Rockets got him with a minimum, one-year contract, part of him hoped no one around the NBA would notice.