Houston Chronicle beat reporter for the Houston Rockets, Jenny Dial Creech joins Brett Dolan and Alex Del Barrio to talk about tonight’s opening playoff game against the Trailblazers. They discuss the how each team is focused for the playoffs, analyze the “Twin Towers” idea of Asik and Howard being in the same lineup, and even get into how Pat Beverly’s attitude drives the team.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss the 2014 NFL Draft prospects. They get into how Jadaveon Clowney’s Pro-day performance may have changed things, and of course he gives an NCAA Championship prediction.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss the Texans stocking up at the safety position, and other Free Agency moves. They also get into the DeSean Jackson situation, and speculate as to where he’ll end up.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss what scouts look for at the NFL Combine. They break down the Quarterback prospects, talk about the importance of the Combine interview, and get into the strategy behind selective event participation for certain players.
Houston Chronicle NFL columnist John McClain joins Nate and Patrick to discuss his recent column on Johnny Manziel, and what kind of impression his time with Manziel gave him. They also get into the Texans draft prospects, and of course discuss the old days a little bit.
Former McGruff the Crime Dog actor, John R. Morales, has been sentenced to 16 years in prison following his guilty plea three years after police seized 1,000 marijuana plants, 27 weapons – including a grenade launcher, and 9,000 rounds of ammunition from his home.
The shoplifter ran a red light, hitting another car and killing a 50-year-old mother, say police.
Two people have been killed and at least 22 others hurt when gunfire rang out at a large house party in suburban Houston, sending partygoers fleeing in panic, authorities said.
The Houston Chronicle is regretting backing Sen. Ted Cruz.
Despite currently having the worst record in baseball, the lowest payroll this century and the third-worst attendance rate in Major League Baseball, the 2013 Houston Astros are set to become the most profitable team in league history.