Rockets all went through shootaround, but Parsons (back), Harden (foot) to be game-time decisions. Beverley, Garcia too, with cold symptoms.
Houston Chronicle "On the bench, wearing a suit, away from the action just wasn’t the place for Pat Beverley. The Rockets point guard, who missed three games with a torn abdominal muscle, was visibly antsy while relegated to spectator status with the injury. When Beverley tore the muscle in the Oct. 30 season..." November 08
Patrick Beverley will start at pg for Houston tonight vs Lakers.
SB Nation "Houston Rockets point guard Patrick Beverley will play on Tuesday night against the Portland Trail Blazers for the first time since pulling a muscle under his rib on Oct. 30, according to Jonathan Feigan of the Houston Chronicle. Beverley confirmed that he's suit up and be on the floor during..." November 05
Patrick Beverley out for 10-14 days. Partial tear of muscle in midsection.
The Dream Shake "Kevin McHale played it close to the vest on Tuesday when asked who his starters would be on Opening Night, but Chandler Parsons just couldn't keep it to himself. According to Parsons, the Rockets will be going with the same starting lineup they closed the preseason with, meaning that Patrick..." October 29
Toronto Sun "Linsanity isn’t dead but it might be on the verge of being buried. The play of Patrick Beverley in the playoffs last year and into this pre-season has made it clear that even if Justin Lin remains Houston’s starting point guard — which is no certainty — he’ll be platooning with Beverley. And..." October 18
Houston Chronicle "Patrick Beverley has endured summers in Chicago and winters in Russia, so there isn’t much chance he’s going to get emotionally distraught over another night in Oklahoma City. And even if Beverley were prone to get his feelings hurt when people hurl abuse his way, he can consult one of the..." May 01
CSN Chicago "Another All-Star point guard suffers a knee injury in the first round of the playoffs and another Chicagoan is in the middle of the story. Not Derrick Rose, of course, since his own devastating ACL tear occurred almost a year ago. But his close friend and offseason training partner, Oklahoma..." April 27
Houston Chronicle "The Rockets could not wait for the return of Aaron Brooks. They needed a lift and needed it badly. Brooks’ name could be on the bottom of a Rockets contract again by late Sunday afternoon, once he clears waivers after his buyout agreement on Friday with Sacramento. But the Rockets have a..." March 02