One thing we know for sure is. It has to end one day. Right? That is the only positive spin I can put on this current 11-game losing streak that the Houston Rockets are a part of.
For the Houston Astros, Sunday’s Grapefruit League opener against the Miami Marlins was more than just a spring training game. It was a chance to get back to some sort of normalcy. The team had not played in front of fans since March 11, 2020 in a game against the Washington Nationals.
As the Houston Astros prepare to begin play in the Grapefruit League on Sunday against the Miami Marlins, one player will start on his road to redemption. Right-hander pitcher Brandon Bielak will take the mound for the Astros in hopes of convincing manager Dusty Baker why he deserves a spot in the starting rotation this upcoming season.
As human beings, sometimes our emotions can get the best of us. On Wednesday night they finally caught up to Houston Rockets head coach Stephen Silas after he watched his team drop their ninth straight game losing to the Cleveland Cavaliers 112 – 96. "Our defense wasn't good, and our offense was disjointed," Silas said lacking his normal positive and upbeat tone. "It wasn't very good all around."
The Houston Texans organization has always been there when Houstonians were in need and they have once again stepped up their relief efforts to be there for those in need. Janice S. McNair and the Houston Texans today announced a $500,000 donation to the Greater Houston/Harris County 2021 Winter Storm Relief Fund.
The Houston Rockets organization has been a standup franchise this NBA season. For a team that has been through a ton of adversity, they keep doing what’s best for the team and the players. On Saturday, it was reported that the Rockets and reserve center DeMarcus Cousins are set to part ways sometime this season and a transaction could happen before the NBA All-Star break which is set for the first weekend in March.
It has been one week since arguably the best player in Houston Texans franchise history announced that he had come to a mutual agreement with ownership to be released from the organization and become a free agent. The news sent the sports world and Texans fans into a whirlwind, especially since the future first ballot Hall of Fame defensive end J.J. Watt was a fan favorite on and off the field.
I am a firm believer that most individuals believe that there are no such things as moral victories in professional sports. Many have the mindset like the majority of the athletes that only wins, and losses are the only thing that shows up in the standings.
The family of 5-year-old Ariel Young received some good news on Monday. Young, who was hospitalized in critical care after being injured in a car crash involving former Kansas City Chiefs coach Britt Reid has awaken from her coma according to Tiffany Verhulst, who was in charge of the GoFundMe page for the family.
Monday night was not the return home visit that John Wall envisioned when he circled the game against the Washington Wizards in D.C. on the schedule. Wall, who was traded this past offseason to the Rockets for Russell Westbrook and a first-round pick did everything he could to keep his injury riddled team afloat by scoring 29 points and dishing out 11 assists. But in the end, it wasn’t enough as Houston (11-16) lost to Washington (8-17) by a score of 131-119.