Marcy de Luna, Houston Chronicle Updated 5:53 pm CDT, Wednesday, October 10, 2018 Count Kate Upton as a celeb fan of the Astros. Model Kate Upton (C) cheers for the Houston Astros from a suite at Minute Maid Park. Scroll through to see more celebrities for Houston sports teams. Count Kate Upton as a celeb fan of the Astros. Model Kate Upton (C) cheers for the Houston Astros from a suite at Minute Maid Park. Scroll through to see more celebrities for Houston sports teams. Photo: Bob Levey, Getty Images Bun B The Port Arthur rapper is a regular at Rockets, Astros and Texans games. Bun B The Port Arthur rapper is a regular at Rockets, Astros and Texans games. Photo: Bob Levey/Getty Images Jim ParsonsThe "Big Bang Theory" star attended Klein Oak High School and the University of Houston. He often attends Rockets games when they … [Read more...] about 13 Celebs to watch for at Astros playoff games
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By Craig Hlavaty Published 11:26 am CDT, Thursday, September 20, 2018 PHOTOS: The stars off the field at Minute Maid Park Since the last days at the Astrodome, DJ Nunee Oakes has been the man behind the music at every Astros home game. >>>See the other people who make the Minute Maid Park experience one of the best in the big leagues... less PHOTOS: The stars off the field at Minute Maid Park Since the last days at the Astrodome, DJ Nunee Oakes has been the man behind the music at every Astros home game. >>>See the other people who ... more Photo: Nunee Oakes Orbit Come on, you should know all about Orbit, the team's mascot. He's easily the coolest mascot in the majors and he can express more emotions with his body language than those of us without green fur. He's a delight for kids and we have to admit some of us adults get a bit giddy around him … [Read more...] about Meet Nunee Oakes, the resident DJ at Minute Maid Park during Houston Astros games
Share Tweet Share Email Comments Print ADVERTISEMENT Miami, Fla. at Toledo 12 p.m. Saturday THE LINE: The Hurricanes opened as a 9 1/2 point favorite, and by Thursday afternoon, that number had grown slightly to 10 points. HOW TO WATCH: The game will be carried live on ESPN2. You can also watch it on the ESPN app. HOW TO LISTEN: The game will be broadcast live on the Toledo Rockets Sports Network, WCWA-AM 1230 in Toledo. You can also stream it online via the TuneIn Radio app. Click to comment Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don't attack other readers personally, and keep your language decent. Comments that violate these standards, or our privacy statement or visitor's agreement, are subject to being removed and commenters are subject to being banned. To post comments, you must be a registered user on toledoblade.com. To find out more, please visit the FAQ. … [Read more...] about How to catch the Toledo game
Morey has long been a proponent of increasing statistical analysis in basketball by Jack Maloney @jackmaloneycbs 2m ago • 1 min read Who is the greatest player in NBA history? It's a question that has been debated for decades, and will continue to be discussed for many more to come. One reason that it's so hard to come up with a definitive answer, and why the question is also so interesting to discuss, is different people have different criteria. Some lean more on titles, others on stats, still others on personal impact on the game. One heavy hitter in the stats department is ready to make his case. According to Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey -- long a proponent of increasing the use of statistical analysis -- LeBron James is the best player the league has ever seen, "by a bit of a big margin." Morey broke it down during a recent appearance on Dan Patrick's radio show. As transcribed by ESPN:Talking Wednesday in an appearance on … [Read more...] about Rockets GM Daryl Morey: Stats prove LeBron James is the best player in NBA history by a ‘big margin’
More than any other sport, the NBA lends itself to the retroactive "what if" scenarios that fuel debate television and summer sports radio. There are probably multiple reasons, but to me, I feel like the nature of the sport of basketball, where a single player can have huge impact on its results, is the biggest reason. If we are looking back at recent Houston Rockets' history, there's probably no single game that has affected their franchise, and really BOTH franchises involved, than Game 6 of the Western Conference semifinals in 2015 between the Rockets and the Los Angeles Clippers. Prior to taking the Warriors to a Game 7 this past season, it was undoubtedly, and somewhat ironically, the high point of the Morey/Harden Era. It was ironic because the portion of that Game 6 that will live on for decades in Rockets' lore, their comeback from being down 19 points late in the third quarter, did not involve James Harden (MVP runner up during that regular season) AT ALL. The comeback was … [Read more...] about Rockets-Clippers Game 6, 2015 — Where Are They Now?