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The Astros went all out to support the Rockets before their playoff series with the Warriors starts up

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The Houston Rockets finished the NBA regular season with a 65-17 record, taking the No.1 seed into the playoffs. The team put up more 3-pointers than any other team in the NBA. On Monday night, they will go up against the Warriors in the Western Conference Finals, but not without some support from the Astros.

You may have seen James Harden make an appearance at Minute Maid Park this season -- with a helmet full of ice cream -- so it was the Astros' turn to give back with the team sporting Rockets gear as they hopped on a plane to Los Angeles for a series against the Angels:

Justin Verlander had a customized "Run as 1" jersey and carried a basketball around:

The #RunAsOne road trip. 🤘 @houstonrockets

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And had the perfect pants for warmups:

Always ready. #benchlife

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Josh Reddick was even decked out in a full basketball uniform:

Game 1 of the Western Conference Finals is scheduled for Monday at 9:00 pm, E.T.