Houston Rockets owner Tilman Fertitta offered head coach Mike D'Antoni a one-year contract extension worth $5 million.

D'Antoni and the Rockets weren't able to agree upon an extension and will try to come to terms on a deal this summer.

The Rockets are 173-73 under D'Antoni during the regular season and 23-16 in the playoffs. They've made the playoffs every year. D'Antoni won Coach of the Year in 2017.

Houston lost to the Golden State Warriors in the second round of the 2019 playoffs in six games. The Rockets haven't been able to defeat the Warriors in the playoffs. They've lost to Golden State in back-to-back postseasons.

James Harden has flourished in D'Antoni's system. The arrival of Chris Paul last season was expected to take the Rockets to the next level. Houston lost to the Warriors in seven games in the 2018 Western Conference Finals. If Paul didn't get hurt in Game 5, some believe the Rockets would have defeated the Dubs.

D'Antoni is no doubt a great coach. However, some pundits around the league don't think his offensive system and lack of emphasis on defense can guide a team to a championship. Fertitta was very upset when he spoke to reporters after Houston got bounced in the second round, but it appears he wants to make things work with D'Antoni.