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The Dream Shake Feb 27, 2015

Houston Rockets vs. Brooklyn Nets game preview

The Rockets look to extend their 3-game winning streak when they welcome the Brooklyn Nets to the Toyota Center. Skipping the matchups today because of injuries making that a fool's errand. Both Patrick Beverley and James Harden are questionable. You have to wonder if Beverley getting the flu is not the worst thing in the world for the Rockets. Now obviously the flu sucks. A lot of us have been there and we know how miserable being that sick can be. But it's allowed Bev to get away from basketball for a while and sometimes that's what a player needs. Patrick Beverley plays like a man...
The Dream Shake Feb 25, 2015

Patrick Beverley and Kostas Papanikolaou out vs. Clippers

Beverly and Papanikolaou to miss second-straight game. The Rockets will be without starting point guard Patrick Beverley and backup small forward Kostas Papanikolaou. McHale confirms Patrick Beverley (flu-like symptoms) will miss tonight's game against the Clippers. — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) February 25, 2015 Beverley is still battling a flu-like illness and Papnikolaou has sprained ankle. Jason Terry started in place of Beverly on Monday - playing 28 minutes, scored 9 points, and accounted for 2 assists in the Rockets' 113-102 win. Newly acquired guard Pablo Prigioni saw 19...
The Dream Shake Feb 23, 2015

Terrence Jones and Jason Terry starting, Patrick Beverley out

A big change for the Rockets' lineup tonight Patrick Beverley isn't playing tonight with flu-like symptoms, but the biggest change for the Rockets' lineup tonight comes in the frontcourt. Terrence Jones is back starting at power forward, Donatas Motiejunas slides to center and Joey Dorsey, mercifully, hits the bench. Kostas Papanikolaou is out tonight and Jason Terry replaces Patrick Beverley, so here's the rotation tonight: PG: Jason Terry, Pablo Prigioni, Nick JohnsonSG: James Harden, Corey BrewerSF: Trevor Ariza, K.J. McDanielsPF: Terrence Jones, Josh SmithC: Donatas Motiejunas, Joey...
The Dream Shake Feb 23, 2015

Patrick Beverley questionable for tonight's game with flu-like symptoms

Houston's walking wounded could add another name to DNP list for tonight's game against the Timberwolves. The Rockets are already without center Dwight Howard for an unknown amount of time with a knee injury, and Houston could be without another starter tonight against the Timberwolves: Patrick Beverley has flu-like symptoms and is questionable. Beverley is averaging 10.4 points, 4.4 rebounds, 3.3 assists, and 1.1 steals per game this season. In the Rockets' two game since the All-Star Break, Beverley has struggled. He is shooting just 13.3 percent (2-17) from field and 18.2 percent (2-11)...
The Dream Shake Feb 19, 2015

What Are The Rockets Trade Deadline Needs?

Where can the Houston Rockets improve on the floor to become a real championship contender? With the trade deadline just a few hours away the Houston Rockets have a few places on the team that need to be shored up. You can check out pieces written by Ethan on Assets and Possible Targets by Danny. Both are great pieces and should definitely read before hitting this one up. The main spot the Rockets and Daryl Morey need to focus on at the deadline is of course the backcourt, specifically the point guard position. If you combine the play of Patrick Beverley, Nick Johnson, Jason Terry, Isaiah...
The Dream Shake Feb 14, 2015

Patrick Beverley wins the Skills Challenge, somehow

lol Like everyone predicted when Patrick Beverley replaced John Wall in the Skills Competition bracket, Mr. 94 Feet went and won the whole dang thing. He took out Isaiah Thomas, Jeff Teague and Brandon Knight in succession to win a $30,000 scholarship for some kid. In the first round, Beverley and Thomas both failed to hit their three-point shots at the end, and Beverley used a little Knockout-style chicanery to get in his layup first. That prompted a confusingly-decorated Anthony Davis to look at Beverley like this: In the second round, Pat upset the favored (by me) Teague after...
Campus Union | SI.com Feb 14, 2015
Patrick Beverley defeats Brandon Knight to win Skills Challenge

Patrick Beverley defeats Brandon Knight to win Skills Challenge

Houston Rockets guard Patrick Beverley beat Milwaukee Bucks guard Brandon Knight to win the Skills Challenge at the Barclays Center on Saturday. ...
Peachtree Hoops Feb 14, 2015

Jeff Teague falls in semifinals of Skills Challenge

Patrick Beverly of the Houston Rockets wins the Skills Challenge. Beverley defeated Jeff Teague in the semifinals. Jeff Teague made it to the semifinals of the Skills Challenge but fell to Patrick Beverley who went on to win the competition. Teague defeated Elfrid Payton in the first round. He jumped out to an early lead in the semis but was unable to knock down the three which opened the door for Beverley who sank his first attempt. Beverley went on to defeat Milwaukee's Brandon Knight in the finals. Hawks second-year guard Dennis Schroder was defeated in the first round by Toronto's Kyle...
Rotoworld Feb 14, 2015

Patrick Beverley wins the Skills Challenge - Patrick Beverley (G) Houston Rockets

Patrick Beverley won the Taco Bell Skills Challenge on Saturday night.
The Dream Shake Feb 10, 2015

Patrick Beverley to replace John Wall in the Skills Competition

The NBA has selected Patrick Beverley to participate in the 2015 Taco Bell Skills Contest at All Star Weekend in Brooklyn. Rockets guard Pat Beverley replaced John Wall in the Skills Challenge Saturday in Barclays Center. — Jonathan Feigen (@Jonathan_Feigen) February 10, 2015 Patrick Beverley, for some odd reason, will join Jimmy Butler, Kyle Lowry, Trey Burke, and Jeff Teague among others in this year's Taco Bell Skills Challenge. Beverley is getting the nod over John Wall not because of an injury to the Washington guard, but because Wall prefers to rest. Beverley and James Harden are...
The Dream Shake Feb 1, 2015

Rockets Recall Nick Johnson From D-League

Rockets guard has played in 17 NBA games this season while averaging 20.4 points in the D-League. The Houston Rockets have recalled rookie guard Nick Johnson from the Rio Grande Valley Vipers. Johnson has played 17 games for the Rockets this season making minimal contributions when the team needed guards. He found a small amount of court time with injuries to Patrick Beverley and Jason Terry. The Rockets have recalled Nick Johnson (@iRocket3) from the @RGVVipers. Johnson averaged 20.4 pts in 14 games for RGV. — Houston Rockets (@HoustonRockets) February 1, 2015 In the D-League...

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