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Astros’ Carlos Correa On The Game Of Baseball

 Baseball has long been considered America’s pastime. Over the years, attending baseball games has brought families and friends together. That being said, there are a few people, players and fans alike, who believe that baseball needs to have “more personality”. One person who recently revealed that he subscribes to this point of view is Carlos […]

Devon & Leah Still Against the Toughest Battle

Throughout the 2015 season, the Houston Texans battled through a number of challenges. Of their many trials, none was as heart wrenching as the battle of Devon Still’s young daughter Leah against neuroblastoma stage 4, a rare form of cancer typically found in the adrenal glands. Devon Still is a young father from Camden, New […]

Houston Rockets Winning Streak Ends Against Wizards

The Houston Rockets were just gaining momentum as they came face to face with the Washington Wizards this weekend. The Washington Wizards, who are currently in 11th place of the Eastern Conference, broke the Rocket’s three-game winning streak as they narrowly defeated the Rockets (123-122) on their home turf, at the Toyota Center in downtown […]

Houston Texans Race For 1st in AFC South

Despite the loss the Houston Texans faced against the New England Patriots last week (27 – 6), the Texans have had a pretty decent season. This year, with a record of 6 wins and 7 losses, the Houston Texans are second in their division. If the Texans can make a strong recovery from last week’s […]

Rockets Defeat the Knicks In Overtime, 116-111

Sunday night’s win wasn’t an easy one for the Rockets. After carrying over into extra time, the Rockets defeated the New York Knicks, 116-111. Last year, the Rockets advanced as far as the Western Conference finals. This made the Rockets hopeful at the beginning of this season. However, this year’s record isn’t reflective of a […]

Houston Rockets in Good Shape for ’15-’16 Season

The 2015 NBA Preseason has come to an end, and the Houston Rockets are showings signs of promise for the 2015-2016 season. The most promise comes their advancement into the Western Conference Finals last season. The Rocket’s roster is laden with veteran players who are looking for a championship title, including last season’s MVP runner-up […]

Houston’s playoff hopes coming down to the wire

As baseball’s regular season draws to a close, Astros fans have something to be excited for for the first time in a few years. But of course, they have fans on the edges of their seats as they bring the hope for a playoff berth down to the wire. The Angels are breathing down their […]

Biggio Enters The Hall

Craig Biggio arrived at Seton Hall University to play baseball, as a middle infielder. Surrounded by talent in would be major leaguers Mo Vaughn and John Valentin, who would have thought Biggio would be the best of the bunch? Nearly 30 years later, Biggio is the one entering the Hall of Fame. A lifetime Houston […]

Houston Rockets At A Glance

The Houston Rockets drafted two great forwards on draft night in Wisconsin’s Sam Dekker with the 18th pick and Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell with the 32nd pick (2nd round). Dekker was a 3 year player for Bo Ryan and averaged 13.9 points, 5.5 rebounds, 1.2 assists, .5 blocks and .5 steals per game as a junior. […]

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