Mar 5, 2014; Orlando, FL, USA; Houston Rockets huddle up prior to the game against the Orlando Magic at Amway Center. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

Bayou City Headlines: The Houston Rockets Are Coming Together

After losing three straight in mid-March, it was crucial for the Rockets to spin off five in a row. They have won their last four with an easy win expected tonight to complete the five game winning streak. Over the streak and the last several weeks, it’s easy to tell that this team has come together as of late. The real test will obviously be in the playoffs but the Rockets still have another 12 games to go, including another game each against the top 3 seeds in the Western Conference. Check out the rest of the links for more.

 

Houston Astros

  • Brian McTaggart (MLB.com) says the Astros still prefer to move to Palm Beach in the spring.

Miers said the Astros and the county have resumed talks about the possibility of the club staying in Kissimmee, but club owner Jim Crane has made it clear he wants to move to Palm Beach County in southeast Florida and build a two-team facility with another team.

 

Houston Rockets

Reflecting on his rocky path to success, Beverley said his foundation will always be Chicago, which he has plastered all over his house and phone—”My screensaver says ‘Chicago raised me,’ ” he said—and the three women who raised him: his mother Lisa, aunt Karyn and grandmother Celeste.

 

Houston Texans

But for as much as the Texans maintain they could go with a lineman or linebacker or quarterback or someone else with their first pick, there is growing sentiment around the league that ultimately the team will take a passer. O’Brien is a quarterback guru, he has a system that was proven to work as an assistant with the Patriots and as a head coach at Penn State. The Texans just happen to be in desperate need of a quarterback and there are three of them who merit consideration at the upper regions of this draft: Blake Bortles (Central Florida), Johnny Manziel (Texas A&M) and Teddy Bridgewater (Louisville).

 

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