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BASKETBALL DOMINATES WEEKEND SPORTS LANDSCAPE

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TODAY, WEDNESDAY: The Rockets continue their homestand when they welcome
the Hornets in a nationally-televised game on ESPN beginning at 8:30pm.
Houston opened the week with the best record in the Western Conference with
a 20-4 record, which is also the second-best record in the NBA. Oddly enough,
the Rockets have been more effective away from Houston (12-1 on the road) than
they have been at Toyota Center. According to Vividseats.com, there were nearly
1,500 tickets available for the game, with prices beginning at $9.
TOMORROW, THURSDAY: There will be a host of junior high school basketball
games on the docket, including the Texas City Blocker Junior High School
eighth grade teams, which will be in action against Alvin Nolan Ryan Junior High.
The boys game will be in Texas City, while the girls will be in Alvin. Both starts
will be at 5:00pm and 6:00pm.
FRIDAY: Girls play in District 24-3A opens with state-ranked Hitchcock at Rice
Consolidated and La Marque hosting Brazos starting at 6:15pm. District 24-6A
action will have Clear Brook at Dickinson, Friendswood at Alvin and Clear Lake
at Clear Springs, with each starting at 7:00pm. In District 23-5A girls hoops,
Galena Park is at Galveston Ball beginning at 7:00pm, while Texas City visits
Santa Fe for a 7:30pm tip.
District 23-5A boys play will see Galveston Ball at Galena Park and Santa Fe at
Texas City starting at 7:00pm. In non-district contests, Clear Brook is at Cinco
Ranch, Dawson at Clear Falls, Clear Springs at Rosenberg Terry, Pasadena
Memorial at Friendswood and Hitchcock at Calhoun. Each game will start at
7:00pm.
For the second time in three days, the Rockets will play the late game of an
ESPN double-header as they take on the Spurs at 8:30pm. This is the first meeting
of the regular season between the teams.
Sam Houston State’s football team visits North Dakota State in the FCS semifinals
starting at 7:00pm, a game that will be televised on ESPN2. A host of local
players will suit up for the Bearkats, who are 12-1 on the season. Defensive
backs Tristin and Zyon McCollum (Galveston Ball) and linebacker Kenneth
Malone (Clear Brook) will represent the area when the teams kick off.
SATURDAY: One high school basketball game is on tap as the state-ranked
boys of La Marque, who won the Orangefield Tournament last weekend, visit
Silsbee, the state’s top-ranked team in Class 4A. The contest tips off at 4:00pm.
A busy week concludes for the Rockets when they meet the Bucks at 7:00pm.
The game will be a matchup between the top two scorers in the NBA as
Houston’s James Harden tops the pack with 31.6 points per game, while
Milwaukee’s Giannis Antetokounmpo is second with 29.8 points per night. AT&T
Sportsnet will start its coverage beginning at 6:30pm.

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