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CAN CLUTCH CITY CHEAPEN THE SHINE OF GOLDEN STATE?

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THE TIME for talk is over. The Rockets finally get their opportunity to dethrone
the Warriors’ iron grip on the Western Conference when the two teams meet for
the right to advance to the NBA Finals.
TODAY, SUNDAY: A brief homestand comes to an end when Dallas Keuchel
(2-5, 3.53 ERA) starts for the Astros against the Rangers, who will counter with
Matt Moore (1-4, 7.71 ERA). Houston battered Moore for seven hits and four runs
over four innings of work when the Astros defeated the Rangers 9-3 on March
30. Both AT&T Sportsnet Southwest and Fox Sports Southwest will air the game
and will both have pregame shows starting at 12:30pm.
TOMORROW, MONDAY: Texas City High School’s Cheerleaders and Stingarettes
will hold their annual banquet at Doyle Center beginning at 6:00pm.
Eight months of debate becomes reality as the Rockets host the defending
champion Warriors in game one of the Western Conference finals beginning at
8:00pm. Houston won two of the three regular season meetings against Golden
State. TNT will have the game nationally but if fans want to go to Toyota Center,
it will be costly as tickets (as of Friday afternoon) began at $161.
Houston’s big national spotlight continues at 9:07pm when Lance McCullers (5-
1, 3.72 ERA) takes the mound for the Astros at the Angels, who — as of Friday
— had not announced who would get the start. Los Angeles entered the weekend
percentage points ahead of Houston in the American League West. AT&T
Sportsnet Southwest will begin its coverage with the pregame show at 8:30pm.
TUESDAY: Clear Springs’ boys golf team bids for the Class 6A state title when
the Chargers begin the first day of the state tournament at Legacy Hills Golf Club
in Georgetown. Coach Troy Frederick will lead the team of Alex Welch, Niko
Nebout, Francois Jacobs, Andre Jacobs and Jacob Hern into the two-day event
having won the Region III championship last month. The win was the second
straight regional crown for Clear Springs.
Clear Falls’ Christian Hernandez qualified for the tournament and will also be
competing for the individual championship.
The blistering fastball of Gerrit Cole will be on display to a national audience
when he brings his 4-1 record and 1.43 ERA against the Angels starting at
9:07pm. Cole, who leads the majors with 86 strikeouts, will be countered by a
pitcher Los Angeles has yet to announce. ESPN+ will have the game along with
AT&T Sportsnet Southwest, who will begin coverage at 8:30pm with the pregame
show.

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