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Harden was sidelined for a little more than two weeks with a hamstring injury and will start against the Timberwolves at Toyota Center.
The Houston Texans are now in the offseason of the 2017 season and that means that they have to start evaluating players and figuring out who will come back and who will be gone. Right now the Texans have 53 players under contract for 2018. Fifteen players from their 2017 roster are unrestricted free agents, which means they can sign with whomever they would like when the league year begins. Let’s look at those 15 players and rank them based on who is the most important to resign for the 2018 season and possibly beyond.
Aside from just blowing up College Football and realigning everyone and making relegation a thing (SEE THIS), the College Football Playoff is more fun when there is anarchy. Thanks to Alabama’s loss to Auburn last week, the first step in the process has begun. But what outcomes will cause the most chaos (and by most chaos I mean the most fan bases and teams mad they didn’t get in and someone else did. I’m talking Thanos landing in New York level chaos).
Houston Astros designated hitter Carlos Beltran announced his retirement on Monday morning after playing 20-years in Major League Baseball. After winning his first World Series with the Astros earlier this month Beltran penned a long piece for “The Players Tribune” recounting his love for the game and how blessed he felt to play it.
Harden helped the Rockets to a 3-1 record for the games that ran from Monday, October 30th through Sunday, November 5th. He averaged 36 points, 10 assists, 3.5 rebounds and 1.75 steals. Harden scored a career-high 56 points on Sunday against the Utah Jazz, putting in 54 of those points before the 4th quarter even began.
The injury will cost the promising young rookie the rest of the 2017 season where he was making a case to be named rookie of the year.
Texans are receiving Jeremy Lane, a 2018 5th round pick and a 2019 2nd round draft pick in exchange for Brown.
Down 38-34 with 1:39 left and out of timeouts, Wilson took Seattle 80 yards in barely a minute. He hit Paul Richardson for 48 yards on a jump ball to start the drive, found Tyler Lockett for 19 yards, and drilled a strike to Graham for the winner.
What might be more amazing is that Fuller has the 7 TDs on just 11 catches.
Video showed most of the team kneeling on the sideline and linking arms.