Very Houston News
In this week’s installment, we talk about our hometown hero, basketball, and, because sure, Darth Vader.
Here's who is throwing a watch party for Saturday's semifinal.
Phi Slama Jama
Rep the Coogs from head to toe.
After defeating Oregon State, the Coogs find themselves two wins from ultimate glory.
The Coogs are the No. 2 seed in the Midwest region, well positioned to do some work.
Houston’s WNBA team had the talent to achieve greatness. One player gave them the will to make it happen.
Jarrett Van Meter
Nothing But (Peach) Net
The new, temporary exhibit includes basketball creator James Naismith's original handwritten rules for the game.
The star guard won't join the team at Disney World until he's cleared.
Guard Russell Westbrook passed Magic Johnson on the NBA's list of most triple-doubles all time with 139.
Have you heard? We're getting a pickle festival this month. And the third Democratic primary debate.
The CC15 Foundation's first major event raised $215,000 for low-income, single-parent families.
“Kids in foster care remind me of where I came from and what I’ve been through, without parents,” the Houston Rockets starting center says, “and I want to have more involvement in their lives.”
The Rockets have a new recruit: 34-year-old forward Carmelo Anthony.
Rockets fans are turning to the International Smoke Yelp page to unleash their frustration with the NBA playoffs.
If David Lee Roth is playing at the HGO gala, then he's a Perfect Party guest of honor.
Rockets GM Daryl Morey loves theater; Catastrophic Theatre artistic director Jason Nodler loves basketball. Is it just us, or was a collaboration inevitable?
Does the world really need a movie about Hurricane Harvey?
After the World Series, Houston sports fans have multiple real, honest-to-goodness reasons to hope.
James Harden and Chris Paul are a mighty combo.
The Landry's CEO paid a record amount for the NBA team.