Follow the Astros as they work through their spring schedule in Florida.
The Houston Rockets have plenty of issues on their own. They do not have a superstar (even though on a better team Lowry might be on his way there), they are continually undersized with Dalembert still averaging less than 20 minutes per game and their scoring can come and go on any given night. Most Rockets fans know this already, but the Rockets are facing another challenge. They have played three home games so far (fewest in the West) and seven road games (most in the West) this season.
The Houston Rockets will play a pair of preseason games against the San Antonio Spurs to open the 2011-12 campaign.Houstonbegins at Toyota Center on Saturday, Dec. 17 with a 7 p.m. tip vs. the Spurs.
Despite all of the injuries that the Texans have been through they are a franchise best 7-3. They are tied for the best record in the AFC and they have a two game lead on their division.
The Houston Texans are having their best season ever but some fans are still having trouble buying into the team. They look at the Texans’ schedule and say “who have they beaten?”
Don’t miss the featured performers set to take the sky at this year’s Wings Over Houston, now in it’s 27th year.
The Wings Over Houston Air Show takes place this Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15th-16th, at Ellington Field. Do you have your tickets yet?
A school-record-tying 19 home games in Hofheinz Pavilion highlight the University of Houston men’s basketball team’s 2011-12 schedule, head coach James Dickey announced Thursday evening.
John McClain talks Texans schedule and the upcoming draft
John Lopez and Mike Meltser break down the Texans 2011 schedule.
Marc Vandermeer on the nuances of the preseason slate.