The Houston Rockets entered Wednesday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder riding high on a six-game winning streak, including a 30-point win over the Thunder just two nights before. Unfortunately for the Rockets, their winning streak came to a screeching halt thanks to an ugly shooting performance in a 104-87 defeat in OKC.

Houston shot just 38.4% from the field and 12-of-46 from 3-point range in the loss. Rockets star Victor Oladipo had an especially rough game, making just eight of his 24 shot attempts while shooting 1-of-8 from beyond the arc. Oladipo missed his first seven 3-point attempts before making his last one.

After laying this egg, Oladipo brushed his struggles off as just one of those nights:

Oladipo hasn't exactly been shooting the ball all that well since joining the Rockets in the James Harden trade, but this was one of his worst showings of the season. The shooting guard is down to 39.5% overall and 31.1% from 3 since the trade.

The Rockets missed John Wall's presence in this game. With the outside shots not falling, Wall's ability to put pressure on the defense would have been nice to have. Unfortunately, the star point guard sat the front end of a back-to-back.

Wall should be good to go when Houston takes the floor right away for a Thursday showdown against the Memphis Grizzlies, but Oladipo will be out on the second of a back-to-back. Ja Morant and Co. just had their own seven-game winning streak snapped, so both teams will be looking to start new streaks when they face off on Thursday night in Memphis.