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Major sporting events in Houston: January 10-16, 2022

By January 9, 2022Sports events
Rockets welcome 76ers to start week | Photo: David Dow; courtesy of the Houston Rockets

Take a seat for these must-see games and sporting events around Houston from Monday January 10 through Sunday January 16, 2022.

The week in Houston, the athletic action ends with a rescheduled Rockets game, moved later in January, as well as the return of the Chevron Houston Marathon on Sunday morning.

Want to learn more about the sports that take place around H-Town? Find more live games and sports throughout the month in the 365 Houston calendar.

Best games and sporting events in Houston this week

  • Houston Rockets vs. Philadelphia 76ers at Toyota Center | Monday January 10 – Moved on the calendar from its original date later this month, the Rockets will see Joel Embiid and the Sixers hit the hard court downtown. $ 15 to over $ 1,000, but you can find better or cheaper seats using the TicketNetwork online marketplace. 7 p.m.
  • We’re Houston 5K on McKinney & Crawford Streets Downtown | saturday january 15 – While the Chevron Marathon is booked for the 2022 season, a special 5k course can help runners feel that finish line in the morning before the big event. Registration is $ 45. 8h.
  • 50th Annual Chevron Downtown Houston Marathon | Sunday January 16 – While you may not be able to don for the signature Houston event, you can still celebrate the runners as they beat the downtown sidewalk through city neighborhoods like Montrose, Medical Center, the Galleria, Memorial Park, and vice versa, ending at Avenida de las Americas. Check marathon course and find your place to encourage thousands of participants. 7h.

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Longtime Houstonian Justin Jerkins oversees all manner of events in H-Town, including breweries, sports, concerts, must-see destinations and more while serving as the editor of 365 things to do in Houston.