No one who attended the Travis Scott AstroWorld Festival in Houston last weekend went to the concert expecting to not come home.

Bharti Shahani was one of the attendees whose lives were tragically lost.

According to KHOU, the 22-year-old Texas A&M student died Wednesday evening from injuries suffered at the show.

Shahani was an electronic systems engineering technology major.

Sadly, she was one of nine people who perished in the Astroworld Festival tragedy.

Her sister, Namrata Shahani, set up a Gofundme page 2 days ago to help cover expenses related to Shahani's injuries. It reads:

Hi, my name is Namrata Shahani and I am fundraising on behalf of my older sister Bharti Shahani. Bharti was critically injured during the Astroworld 2021 festival in Houston, Texas and is currently in the ICU fighting for her life. Our family remains by Bharti's side and are unable to work. We are raising funds to help cover mounting expenses during this strenuous time. Bharti is the light of our lives and we are all praying for her full and speedy recovery. We greatly appreciate any donations and ask that everyone keep Bharti and our family in their prayers during this difficult time.

As if Shahani's situation wasn't sad enough, this other one almost brought me to tears.

A nine-year-old who was a huge fan of Travis Scott accompanied his father to the same concert, and is now in an induced coma after being trampled at the show.

 

My constant prayers to all families who were affected by this horrific tragedy.

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Of course, we'll start with the Dallas Cowboys (of course we will) and go from there.

The NFL's most prized franchise won 3 World Championships in the 1990s in 1992, 1993, and 1995.

Those teams saw numerous Hall Of Fame coaches and players from Jimmy Johnson, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin. 

You can't forget about the dynasty the San Antonio Spurs had that started in the late 90s and came into the 200s as an NBA Powerhouse winning 5 NBA Championships led by players such as David Robinson, Tim Duncan, Manu Ginobli, Tony Parker, and in their later years Kawhi Leonard.

What about that 2011 Dallas Mavericks team that gave Dallas their first-ever NBA Championship under the leadership of Dirk Nowitski, Jason Kidd, Jason Terry and company?

We definitely can't deny new superstar Luka Doncic and the Mavericks of today inching closer and closer to becoming a dominant West Coast Team.

I would be foolish not to mention those Houston Rockets teams that repeated as NBA Champions in the mid-90s, (I did say past 25 years right?) and the James Harden led team, who along with Chris Paul boosted the Rockets to the playoffs year after year ultimately leading them to the Western Conference Finals.

Here are my top 15..

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