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Charlie Pallilo: The Astros starting pitching has been historically brilliant

The Rockets have an opportunity to bounce back against the Warriors on Tuesday night. Courtesy photo

Despite the Rockets suffering their most lopsided playoff loss to the Warriors on Sunday night, it wasn't as embarrassing as their Game 6 elimination loss to the Spurs last season. If the Rockets want to have any chance of beating the Warriors on Tuesday night, they're going to have to find a way to slow down Steph Curry.

The Astros pitching has been fantastic so far this season, and there has only been one other team in the live-ball era to give up fewer runs than the Astros through 48 games. 

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Thursday on First Things First, Nick Wright lays out why he believes the Russell Westbrook-John Wall trade actually benefits both teams. Many NBA analysts have been very vocal about the Wizards getting the better side of the trade, but Wright doesn't see it that way. Also, Wright discusses what the trade means for James Harden and his future in Houston. The Harden conversation takes place at the 4:16 mark if you want to jump ahead.

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