Buffalo Wild Wings has comcast (or at least the one near me at Westheimer and Kirkwood), but that place sucks so I would advise against going unless your sole intent is to get bottomless chips and salsa and watch the Rockets.
"Behold how good and how pleasant it is for brothers to dwell together in unity!" - Psalm 133:1
Wow didn't know they had Comcast. Their set up in the back is nice
Lol yeah an actual halfway cool place in the Cypress area, came home from the holidays a all the bars in the area were slacking. If you don't get distracted by the drinks easily, and down to pay those new bar prices, Tobins is almost a bet, not a big bet but also one.
i remember when we had streams only for CFers..........
ahhhh good times
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DoMo - Capt. Hook, Ice Cream Jr.
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Just wondering...does League Pass black out games for the city of Houston EVEN after the game is over?
I frequently don't have the ability to watch the game live due to various busy things, but I make sure I turn the scores off on League Pass and then watch it a couple of hours later and pretend it's live.
Cos I see many complaints that folks don't get to see Rockets games...but if you don't mind just being 2 hours late, League Pass seems like a viable solution. Plus you don't have to waste time watching commercials and waiting for timeouts to be over.
"Fear is the path to the dark side. Fear leads to anger. Anger leads to hate. Hate leads to...suffering" - Yoda.
2012-13: $5 million, 32 mpg, 16 points, 8 assists, 1 steal and about 2 TOs on average. That's my Linexpectation!