Travis Demers of ESPN 1080 The Fan in Portland joins Nate & Creight to discuss tonight’s Game 4 of the Rockets series against the Trail Blazers. They talk about the reaction in Portland to the Rockets’ win. They also get into the big series Mo Williams is having from a troubled Trail Blazers bench, and of course the Donald Sterling situation in L.A.
Paul and Brien pack for a road trip up I-45 to Dallas before heading out to Portland. In Dallas they are joined by R.J. Choppy from 105.3 “The Fan”, who goes on to talk about the upcoming Cowboys vs. Texans game on October 5th at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, TX. Choppy believes that the game is not much of a heated because rivalry the two teams are not in the same conference. B-Straw and Pauly G go on to ask R.J. about the expectations Cowboys fans have for the upcoming season and how likely the Mavericks will overcome the Spurs in the first round of NBA playoffs.
Basketball Insider’s Steve Kyler joined The Triple Threat on Monday. He wondered how much trust Kevin McHale has in Dwight Howard.
Travis Demers of ESPN 1080 The Fan in Portland joins Nate & Creight to discuss the upcoming playoff series between the Rockets and Trail Blazers. They talk about the rivalry between Patrick Beverly and Damian Lillard, and get into Nic Batum’s potential impact on the games.
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.
With the Rockets tipping off the playoffs Sunday – not to mention James Harden sporting a forest on his face – Paul Gallant was inspired to bring a little hockey to the NBA.
The Rockets were mighty impressive Monday night against the Blazers. Paul Gallant and Will Grubb discuss in the latest H-Town Hoops Show.
HOUSTON (CBS Houston) – The Houston Rockets will be playing without forward Chandler Parsons tonight in Portland. Parsons is out with a strained right calf and is listed as day-to-day. Francisco Garcia will start in […]