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The Dream Shake May 12, 2016

Patrick Beverley calls out the ESPN show "His and Her"

Just when you thought you couldn't like Beverley even more, he goes out and does this! A good rule of thumb is "don't put baby in a corner." Another good rule of thumb is: don't annoy Patrick Beverley, and especially don't annoy him during the offseason...He will not hesitate to call you out. When someone tried to challenge him about watching the playoffs from his couch, he had a perfect response. On Wednesday afternoon, the Wolverine took exception with one of ESPN's shows "His and Her" hosted by Jemele Hill and Michael Smith. Note: I don't personally watch that show, but no doubt they...
The Dream Shake May 10, 2016

Patrick Beverley is the best couch potato

You think you know how to watch basketball. Wrong. Huge couch. Watching this game on this 100 inch. U right bro. https://t.co/pF3ySkioAS — Patrick Beverley (@patbev21) May 10, 2016 Alright listen. You already know Patrick Beverley is the Wolverine. Like I ain't eem need to tell you. But you really outchea talk smack bruh? Like, you really gon' be that Twitter tough guy with the crying emoji fam? Okay. If that's how you gon' play it, the Wolverine is about to get his. You got got. Walk away fam. Get out of here. It's over for you. It's over for you.
The Dream Shake Apr 27, 2016

Patrick Beverley says he'll play in Game 5

Houston gets some good news heading into tonight's pivotal contest. The Rockets were set to be in a world of trouble without their emotional leader, who was listed as day-to-day with a myriad of injuries that include a hamstring, a knee, and a hip. But in some great news for the Rockets, Beverley not only practiced yesterday, but announced to Fox Sports Houston's Mark Berman that he fully expects to play in tonight's critical Game 5. Patrick Beverley-Houston Rockets Beverley has a right leg strain but is expected to play in Game 5 of the Western Conference Quarterfinals. — Daily NBA...
The Dream Shake Apr 27, 2016

Rockets vs. Warriors Game 5 preview: Rockets need to shoot better to win

The Rockets have been awful from beyond the arc, and that will need to change for Houston's season not to end. The playoff war of attrition has started. Stephen Curry is set to miss a minimum of two weeks with a knee injury. The Rockets may be without Patrick Beverley, who's banged up with a slew of injuries to his knee, hip, and now his hamstring. Even the Clippers-Blazers series saw Chris Paul go down with a broken hand (and later Blake Griffin), and both are now set to miss the remainder of the playoffs. Dropping like flies, indeed. As much as Patrick Beverley means to this Rockets...
The Dream Shake Apr 25, 2016

Patrick Beverley day-to-day, Rockets' heart day-to-day with it

The Rocket eagerly await the status of their emotional leader, which sounds like it will come down to a game-time decision. Patrick Beverley's exit from Sunday's Game 4 directly coincided with the Rockets' total collapse against the Golden State Warriors, and now it appears he is in danger of missing Wednesday's Game 5 as well, with the Houston Chronicle reporting Bev is officially listed as day-to-day with a right hamstring injury. CBS Sports is calling his availability "firmly up in the air." Should Beverley miss Game 5, the Rockets' heart stays glued to the pine right along with him,...

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