How the NFL has evolved in a decade and a half.
In a time when the league’s marquee event, the Super Bowl, is often overshadowed by the NBA playoffs, the NBA’s emergence as a national league has come with its own set of complications.
With the exception of a couple of minor changes in the past two decades, the league has not had a single head coach since 2002.
This has been largely due to the league becoming more financially successful in recent years and the league expanding its reach into a variety of markets.
While the NBA does not hold a Super Bowl championship, it has won the title of best-of-seven in each of the past three years.
But its championship run is still far from over.
The league is in the midst of a three-game stretch starting on Thursday night that includes two meetings with the Houston Rockets.
In addition, the Houston Texans will host the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday.
The Lakers have already clinched a first-round bye in the playoffs.
Houston is one game behind Los Angeles and three games behind Dallas.
With just one more game to play before the playoffs begin, there are a lot of factors to consider heading into this week’s matchup.
But the biggest one to consider is whether or not this matchup is even close.
For the last four years, Houston has been the clear No. 1 seed in the Western Conference playoffs.
It has won six of the last seven meetings, including all five of those against the Rockets.
Houston has lost just once this season.
The Rockets have also won two of the three meetings with Cleveland, winning in Houston in 2013 and winning in Cleveland in 2017.
But Houston has a better record in the regular season than any of the other teams in this group.
The Cavaliers, who are also the No. 2 seed, have a 3-6 record in this series.
Houston currently has a 20-12 record in these games.
Houston’s record is the best in the conference.
Its only loss this season came against the Oklahoma City Thunder in the second round of the playoffs, which was also the Rockets’ first playoff defeat.
This is not the first time Houston has played in the first round of a conference tournament.
It did so in the 2013 playoffs, when it fell to the Philadelphia 76ers in five games.
The Thunder won the series in five.
The two teams will play in Houston again in 2018 and 2019.
The other three teams in the group, the Atlanta Hawks and New Orleans Pelicans, will play each other in 2018.
The winner of this game will advance to the next round.