1. Rolling Stones

Watch the 6-time Grammy Award-winning and legendary band perform at Houston's top venue NRG Stadium in this once in a lifetime opportunity. The concert is scheduled for tonight Saturday, July 27th and begins at 7:30pm. You can purchase tickets by clicking the link below. 


2. Third Blind Eye/Jimmy Eat World Are you a 90's baby or an alternative Rock music lover? Watch the Third Eye Blind perform some of their billboard 100 top hits including "Semi-Charmed Life", "Jumper", and "How's it Going To Be",  at the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion in the Woodlands. The concert is scheduled for tonight Saturday,July 27th beginning at 7pm and will also feature 90's rock band Jimmy Eat World. You can purchase tickets by clicking the link below: https://www.stubhub.com/third-eye-blind-tickets-third-eye-blind-the-woodlands-the-cynthia-woods-mitchell-pavilion-7-27-2019/event/104029587/?sort=price+asc 3. Houston Dynamo Game Come watch the Houston Dynamo take on one of the best MLS teams in the MLS when they host the Seattle Sounders tonight Saturday, July 27th. It is Space City night at the BBVA Stadium and the first 5,000 fans will receive a free Dynamo Mission Patch presented by Pepsi Zero Sugar. The game begins at 7pm and you can purchase tickets starting at $15 by clicking the link below: https://www.houstondynamo.com/tickets/single-game 4. Discovery Green Take a Kayak ride through Downtown Houston's Kinder Lake with tickets starting at just $10. You will enjoy amazing views of Houston's Avenida, tallest residential buildings, and beautiful Convention Center with a plethora of great dining options close by including Grotto's Downtown and Pappasito's Cantina. This is also within walking distance of Minute Maid Park and Toyota Center as well as Houston's historical Main Street.  5. H-town Sneak Summit

Are you a sneaker lover or just looking to buy, sell, and view the best kicks in H-town? The H-town Sneak Summit will surely not disappoint with a wide collection of fun including amazing food/drinks, live music, and celebrity appearances from Houston's very own Slim Thug, Paul Wall, and Bun-B. Join us on Sunday, July 28th at the NRG Stadium for this H-town exclusive event and find your newest kicks at the best price! General admission begins at 3pm and the doors will remain open through 8pm.  With tickets starting at just $25 for this exclusive Houston event, click the link below to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/h-town-sneaker-summit-tickets-59086052975

It is official Houston, Russell Westbrook will be officially introduced as a Houston Rocket today completing an amazing blockbuster trade between the Rockets and Oklahoma City Thunder in which the Rockets gave up Chris Paul and two first-round picks for 2024 and 2026. This was quite a tremendous deal for the Houston Rockets as they will reunite former teammates James Harden and Russell Westbrook whom reached the NBA Finals together back in 2012 with the Oklahoma City Thunder eventually falling to the Miami Heat in 5 games.

With the 2017 MVP Westbrook leading the fast break and creating shots for the 2018 MVP James Harden in Mike D’Antoni’s offensive-friendly system, the Houston Rockets should boast one of the best offensive attacks in recent NBA history perhaps reminiscent of D’Antoni’s great Phoenix Suns teams in the mid-2000’s. Not only is Russell Westbrook a dynamic player and someone we believe will fit in perfectly with the current Rockets’ roster, but his heart and intensity for the game are undeniably evident in everything he does on the court, perhaps making him the most passionate player in the NBA.

Tenacious, warrior-like, and emotional, Westbrook plays with his heart on his sleeve and will surely be a fan-favorite at the Toyota Center for many years to come. Westbrook has broken numerous NBA records and has averaged a triple-double for the last 3 years in a row completely dominating the NBA with his quickness, athleticism, intelligence, and effort. This is a player who has Championship-material and effort manifested in everything he does, and the 8-time All-Star is coming to Houston with big expectations for himself and Houston fans.

We believe the Houston Rockets made the best possible move they could this off-season by trading away Chris Paul’s hefty contract as the 34-year old veteran was scheduled to make $38.5 million for the upcoming season. Also, with the acquisition of Westbrook, the Rockets will have a substantial upgrade with respect to the back-court adding the most athletic and dominant point guard since Magic Johnson. We believe that the Rockets will win the NBA finals within the next 2-3 years with the leadership of Russell Westbrook and James Harden as well as a seasoned squad of veterans and role players including Eric Gordon, Clint Capela, P.J. Tucker, Tyson Chandler, Nene, Gerald Green, Kenneth Faried, Iman Shumpert, Austin Rivers, and Daniel House.

We really cannot wait until the 2018-2019 season tips off this October! What do you think Houston, are the Rockets the favorite to win the NBA Western Conference and make their first visit to the NBA Finals since the 1995 championship team?

Updated: Jul 29, 2019

Justin Verlander pitched 6 masterful innings to earn his league-leading 13th win of the season as the Houston Astros beat the Oakland Athletics 4-2 at Minute Maid Park on Wednesday afternoon. George Springer lead the way with a moonshot Homerun to left field for his 23rd of the year giving the Astros an early 2-1 lead. Jose Altuve then followed up with a 430 ft Homerun to center field that looked like it was going to hit the Torchy’s Taco sign by the Patio giving the Astros a 4-1 lead in the 5th inning. It is quite evident that Jose Altuve has found his normal form this month as he has nearly a .400 batting average in July.

Will Harris relieved Verlander and led a solid Bullpen outing including two strikeouts lowering his ERA to 1.63 for the year. Roberto Osuna earned his 23rd save of the year although he did give up another run in the 9th inning, perhaps giving another reason for Houston Astros fans to wonder whether they need to acquire additional bullpen arms for the Post-Season this fall. With the MLB Trade deadline approaching at the end of the month, Osuna has been quite disappointing over the course of the last 2 months and does not look a formidable closer for a deep October run. We believe A.J. Hinch may need to think about putting Ryan Pressly in the Closer spot when he returns from his injury or trading for a new closer before the deadline, however we want to get your opinion on this Houston Astros fans. Please comment with your opinion below.

Game Note: Justin Verlander had 11 strikeouts on Wednesday afternoon and had the Oakland Athletics hitters feeling uncomfortable at the plate all afternoon. With his full repertoire of pitches effective including a good mix of his overpowering fastball and off-speed slider/curveball, Verlander may be considered the best pitcher in baseball even at the age of 36. He is now tied with Stephen Strasburg of the Washington Nationals for most wins in Major League Baseball and is considered the favorite for the American League Cy Young Award, although ironically enough, Charline Morton, a former Houston Astros great is also having a superb year with the Tampa Bay Rays.


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