HOUSTON (SPORTSRADIO 610) – Chris Paul’s 33 points and James Harden surpassing his minutes restriction, helps lift Houston past Golden State, 116-108 as the Rockets win the three game season series against the Warriors. Along with Paul’s 33 points, he also pulled down 11 rebounds, dished out seven assists and had four steals. “He’s (Paul) […]
Facing a two goal deficit heading to Seattle, the Dynamo put their season on the line for the third time this season.
After a break that lasted a little over two weeks, the Western Conference Finals are set to kick off on Tuesday in Houston.
After a scoreless draw in the first leg of the Western Conference Semifinals, Houston and Portland move the series to the Rose City on Sunday with the season on the line for both teams.
Two teams with MLS Cup aspirations begin a two-match aggregate Monday night in Houston as the Dynamo host Portland in the first leg of the Western Conference Semifinals.
With the regular season out of the way, the Dynamo now look forward to their first taste of the MLS Playoffs since 2013, and face a club that they’re very familiar with.
Decision day in the MLS is on Sunday and the Dynamo enter with thoughts of potentially hosting a match in the Knockout Round of the MLS Playoffs.
With just two matches left in the regular season, Houston and Sporting Kansas City meet for the second time in a week on Sunday with both teams able to clinch a spot into the playoffs.
Down to three matches left in the regular season, the Dynamo and Sporting Kansas City continue their surge for the post season on Wednesday in the first of two matches against one another this week.
With just five matches left in their regular season, and four of those at home, the Dynamo look to atone from an earlier season draw against the LA Galaxy.