The 'stros begin spring training Friday, the Rockets' season resumes at the end of the month and the Texans begin camp soon.
As we anticipate what we need from the major team sports, here are the H-Town big three besties.
There’s reason to hope and believe Deshaun Watson will eventually be at the top of this list, but he’s not there yet. It’s not all Watson’s fault he hasn’t blown up like Pat Mahomes or Lamar Jackson, but it’s the card he’s been dealt.
Plus, we haven’t seen Watson play without DeAndre Hopkins yet.
For all his justified criticism, Harden is what he is, which is one of the best players in the NBA and best scorers to ever do it.
D’Antoni doesn’t get the credit he deserves historically, or from his own organization. The public spat last off-season between D’Antoni and owner Tilman Fertitta was shameful and hopefully Fertitta, who is relatively new to pro sports, learned from it.
Morey has gotten stale to many, but there’s also a popular notion he’s functioning with handcuffs on because of ownership.
This isn’t close. The Texans tailgating is as good as it gets in professional sports and the games have more magnitude.
I also love going to the Juice Box and a 'stros playoff game is beyond electric, but the Texans win because of consistency.