Ranked #2 HeatTune into Gosports.com May 3rd - 5th and watch Houston Heat battle at the 2nd stop of the NXL US Tour in Texas. nSimply put, Houston Heat has been a powerhouse in this game since its inception in 2012. They field one of the elite rosters in paintball, filled with legends and all stars and are a threat not to win just events, but championships, which exactly what they did last year during their victory at the NXL World Cup, barely edging out Impact for the NXL series title.nAll the pressure was on them in Vegas to stay at the top of the game. After stumbling on Day 1 of the first event, with a loss to rookie sensations San Diego Aftermath in overtime, Heat went on run until they met Impact in the finals, where they lost 3-1.nThe only change in their World Championship roster was the loss of Sergey Solnyshkov to the Russians, and he didn’t play as much last season as he did in years past.nLegends Ryan Moorhead and Konstantin Fedorov are versatile threats that can play any front position on the field. In Vegas Chad Bouchez got spins and made the most of his playing time, earning a starting nod. Ronnie Dizon has become the go to attacker on the D-side, though he played more up the center in Vegas. Nico Hyde has achieved MVP level performance and also can be counted on to win clutch points. But no one is more clutch than Chad George, who has become not just Heat’s best attacker, but one of the best in the league during pressure situations.Heat won Texas last year and will be looking to steal Impact’s thunder yet again at the second NXL event of the year.